Patient stories of hope
A small lump became a dangerous tumor on M’Mah Benessa’s face. If left untreated, she could lose her sight, and her eye.
As a young child, N’nady’s legs began painfully bending outward. By the time she was a teenager, she could barely walk.
A growing tumor inside Sekouba's mouth impaired his breathing, then threatened his life.
Volunteer stories of mercy
Today, Milo Falsing is the volunteer captain of that very ship
Denise never knew the opportunities she would discover volunteering with Mercy Ships.
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."
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
Dell Technologies’ partnership to help communications onboard hospital ships Whether in an office building finishing a sales report or on a state-of-the-art hospital ship providing lifesaving medical care to those in need, one thing is certain — technology is a vital part of our everyday life. In order to serve thousands of patients every … Continued
Every day our Founder, Don Stephens takes a minute to explain how you can make a lasting difference in the world.