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October 2016 Newsletter

Serving Together

My husband, Dr. Cary Judy, and I joined Lift a Life two and a half years ago, when we were searching for a humanitarian trip to take with our 16-year-old son. We have made it a tradition to take each of our children on an individual service trip when they are 16. This […]

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September 2016 Newsletter


Let me start by saying that the service trip that my family, dental team and I took to the Dominican Republic was one of the greatest experiences of ourlives. Traveling internationally was an experience in itself. For many of our Arizona Team, this was a first trip out of the US. Myself, along with […]

By |September 25th, 2016|Non-profit|0 Comments|

August 2016 Newsletter

The Community of Hope Clinic

The main focus of the Community of Hope Clinic in Buyaguana has been to assess community health care needs and develop health programs and resources to address those needs. We have used connections with local community medical and municipal government leaders to access the wealth of experience and culture they […]

By |August 18th, 2016|Newsletters|0 Comments|

July 2016 Newsletter

A Moment of Reflection

I have always loved the month of July. As a child growing up in Haiti, I looked forward to Summer vacation with great anticipation and excitement. July was my favorite time in the Summer. It was the time to work in the field with my father and my brothers. Having lived […]

June 2016 Newsletter

A Brightness of Hope

In March 2016 Dr. Tom Dickinson made his fourth trip to the Dominican Republic since he joined Lift A Life in the fall of 2014. However, this time he did not go to see patients or to work on a construction project. Dr. Dickinson went to interview, hire, and train the […]

May 2016 Newsletter

February 2015 Newsletter

Eight Short Weeks
Bayaguana is a small town located about an hour from Santo Domingo. Most of us don’t consider that a prohibitive distance to travel seeking medical care. Especially if the patient is a child. But imagine how difficult this situation is if no one in your community owns a car and there is […]

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An Amazing Adventure

On November 15, 2013 my wife, Brighton, and I had the pleasure of embarking on an amazing adventure with a wonderful group of hard-working and loving people on a humanitarian trip to the Dominican Republic. In the weeks and months preceding the trip I had the opportunity to meet the people we would be […]