In the Fall of 2015, Dr. Gomez went on her third outreach tour to Guatemala with Global Dental Relief. There were 5 dentists, 3 hygienists, and about 14 non-dental volunteers who treated over 600 kids in one week.
In the Spring of 2014 Dr. Gomez travelled to Israel and volunteered with Dental Volunteers for Israel, providing dental care for Russian and Ethiopian immigrants and their families.
It was a great experience to see children get their smiles back! It was an awesome trip with an awesome team. We are looking forward to helping more people around the world!
In July of 2013 Dr. Gomez travelled to Panajachel, Lake Atitlan, Guatemala with the Global Dental Relief Group. In all, they helped 800 children who have no access to dental care.
Brings free dental care to impoverished children of Nepal, northern India, Vietnam and Guatemala in partnership with local organizations. Volunteer dentists, hygienists, and non-medical volunteers deliver treatment and preventive care in dental clinics that serve children in schools, orphanages and remote villages.
In 2008 she traveled to northern India to work in the Ladakh region.
Brings free dental care to impoverished children of Nepal, northern India, Vietnam and Guatemala in partnership with local organizations.
Dr. Gomez was among a group of 15 volunteers. The clinic was held in a local Kathmandu school that converted classroom space into a seven-chair dental office for the week. Assisted by local students who received on-site training in basic skills, Dr. Gomez personally treated hundreds of children.
There is a reason I went to Nepal for my yearly outreach for the second time. It is one of the poorest countries in the world but it is incredibly beautiful-what really drew me back is the people.This trip brought me closer to the children in the boarding school.I also had the good fortune to meet so many Nepalis who want to make a difference.
I am currently involved with a group called Taksindu Social Welfare-(www.tswnepal.org). My personal goal is to help finance a school in the Himalayas. God willing, next year when i return,I will be able to see the school with my own eyes.
Global Dental Relief volunteers work alongside Guatemalan staff in clinics in the mayan highlands. The clinics provide first time dental care to indigenous populations of children in village schools. This year, we worked in Patzun.
Global Dental Relief volunteers work alongside Napali staff in clinics in Nepal. The clinics provide first time dental care to indigenous populations of children in village schools.
In the summer of 2007, Times Square Church travelled to Burundi with a message of reconciliation, and hope. This was God's answer to a country split over ethnic identity, and handicapped by poverty. Return with us as we continue to reach out to not only the Twa, but the street children displaced by violence and orphaned by AIDS. Participate in medical and youth outreaches that will stir the winds of change and sow the seeds of revival in the heart of Africa.