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10 March 2016
Operación Sonrisa

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10 Mar 2016
Operación Sonrisa espera recaudar unos $50,000 durante el radio maratón que tendrá lugar el martes en el sur de Florida
  • Operación Sonrisa espera recaudar unos $50,000 durante el radio maratón que tendrá lugar el martes en el sur de Florida
  • Médicos destacan la importancia de una buena dieta para las madres en gestación y que incluyan vitaminas y ácido fólico
  • Cada tres minutos nace un niño con labio y/o paladar hendido

 

22 Apr 2016
Rock the Smile

Please join us for the 2016 Rock the Smile benefit concert on April 22nd from 7:00pm-10:30pm at the Wave Church in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Students from 15 different High Schools in the Hampton Roads area have collaborated together for one awesome night in the hopes to raise more than 100 surgeries for Operation Smile.

21 Feb 2016
Operation Smile Statement on Zika Virus

Operation Smile is committed to the health and well-being of all its employees and volunteers. In regards to the recent outbreak of Zika virus, we are continuously reviewing and monitoring the situation in order to ensure the safety of our volunteers and employees. 

19 January 2016
Ho, Ghana

In November, our medical volunteer team traveled again to Ho, Ghana to treat children and adults who have lived their entire lives isolated from their community due to their facial deformity.

12 Mar 2016

Operation Smile's 5th Annual Park City Celebrity Ski & Smile Challenge Presented By The Rodosky Family Raises Over $535,000.

19 January 2016
Ho, Ghana

In November, our medical volunteer team traveled again to Ho, Ghana to treat children and adults who have lived their entire lives isolated from their community due to their facial deformity.

29 Apr 2016
The 2016 Houston Smile Gala

The 2016 Houston Smile Gala will celebrate over 240,000 life-changing surgical interventions provided in 60+ countries across the globe alongside the thousands of smiles Operation Smile aspires to deliver this year.

13 Jan 2016
International Medical Charity to Intensify Surgical Training Efforts to Support Health Care Targets of the Newly Adopted Sustainable Development Goals

VIRGINIA, January 13, 2016 – Operation Smile today announced its new global strategy to expand efforts to improve access to safe, effective surgical care. It is estimated that more than two billion people worldwide lack access to any surgical care, often due to economic constraints, the lack of medical personnel and surgical equipment, or because they reside in remote locations far away from surgical sites. Widely known for providing free surgeries to children who suffer from cleft lip, cleft palate and other facial deformities, Operation Smile is now investing $250 million over the next five years to increase efforts to transfer medical expertise to improve surgical capacity in 40 countries, eradicate the backlog of hard-to-access cleft patients and provide life-changing surgeries to countless children and young adults.

12 Nov 2015
Meet three women who take “getting involved” to a whole new level

 Among them, they have raised more than $5 million for movements that wouldn’t exist without them

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