Patient stories of hope
When Edith was 7, a tumor started growing on her face—just like the giant one on her mother’s face.
Ashamed of the tumor that was destroying his life, Ernest hid in the dark.
Both sisters where born blind and their mother thought she was cursed...
Volunteer stories of mercy
Dr. Gary Parker has had a front-row view of the great surgical need.
"What they give back to us is more than we could ever give."
"You can’t help but be changed when you serve the Lord."
"I'm not the same person I was when I left home."
40 years of healing the world's poor
How the world’s largest charity hospital ship provides care and neighborly love.
Many of the world’s poor suffer or even die from easily treatable medical conditions.
Discover the origins and history of our international humanitarian organization.
Our mission to leave a lasting impact in Togo.
Mercy Ships Blog
20-year-old Mairamou should have been excited about her future. She and her husband had eagerly anticipated the birth of their first child. But after a prolonged labor, she lost the baby and was left with a condition known as an obstetric fistula, making her incontinent. “People don’t want me there,” she said sadly. “They would tell me to go home because of the smell.”
Every day our Founder, Don Stephens takes a minute to explain how you can make a lasting difference in the world.