We are a private non-profit organization dedicated to provide medical, surgical, medical-humanitarian,and emergency aid completely free of cost in order to help populations living in conditions of extreme poverty, social or geographical exclusion, or that have been victims of some catastrophe.
For populations living under extreme poverty, social exclusion, or geographical isolation or that have been victims of some catastrophe
We unite the passion of private pilots with that of medical professional volunteers to bring medical and surgical brigades to the most remote municipalities of colombia.
Why be a volunteer?
We are the largest health volunteers in colombia and for this reason the volunteers are the pillar of our labor
Currently our volunteering is only open for professionals in healthcare and volunteering for pilots is solely available for those who belong to the Aeroclub de Colombia
We know that a lot of people enjoy the opportunity of joining our cause as volunteers. Currently it is not possible to take any other type of volunteers to the brigade, but we are open to any other form of help: a fundraising initiative to help us raise funds, provide training to our team in a subject you are an expert in, or whatever you think might help us.
“What the Civil Air Patrol brings is many things, first of all they help kids who really need it.
- Angelina Baniama, health promoter for the indigenous health, Riosucio, Choco ”
“Thank God and you as the Civil Air Patrol that have come here, it has helped me see that the medical health of my daughter has improved.
- Yasmira Cuesta, beneficiary of the brigade, Riosucio, Chocó”
“Tell the doctor that I am very grateful that he was able to accomplish such a difficult task, he did everything to help me and I want to thank him for everything he did for me.
- Alexis Montaño, paciente brigada, Timbiquí, Cuaca.”
“My dream is to see the light of day again, see my coworkers, my good friends, that I currently can't see because of the darkness. Today I feel happy thanks to the brigade that came here to Villanueva.
Segundo Bustos, patient of the brigade, Villanueva, Casanare”