2017 in Review and Cuba Update Hello Supporters
As I think of all the volunteers that have given of their precious time and energy to help others through MEMO this last year I am amazed. In a society in which the majority of people spend all their time seeking only their own advancement,
Hurricane Irma Relief Efforts Medical Equipment Modernization Opportunity (MEMO) is poised to ship a 40’ ocean container of Hurricane relief supplies to Cuba for rebuilding the Irma ravished northern shore.

They have half a container full already, but need Thunder Bay's help to
Your donation to bring HEALTH and HOPE will now be doubled Hello Supporter,
An anonymous first time donor from United States,  who is aware of, and appreciates the tremendous blessing MEMO is bringing to people around the world medically and spiritually,  has offered to match
all donations
Is This Ministry Really Accomplishing Anything of Value?! As a supporter of MEMO and probably many other ministries you have a right to ask "Is this ministry really accomplishing anything of value relative the amount of money and work being put into it?" This email I received today answers with a resounding
Shipped a mountain of diapers, wheel chairs to a Home for Seniors in Nicaragua and furnished a new four room clinic.

Shipped 20 pallets of supplies to Zimbabwe including every thing from soccer balls to angioplasty catheters.

The MEMO Fundraiser Was a Success Ways our fundraiser was a success:

What people say about it. “ I think this was the best one so far” was one comment.
The number of people attending: 285 (50 more than the last one)
The speaker was really good. Cecilia Huezo of El Salvador


MEMO’s purpose has been to show the love of God to the Cuban and El Salvadoran people through the provision of redundant hospital equipment and supplies to needy health care facilities to Cuba and El Salvador. In the last 12 years MEMO has shipped over 70 containers to Cuba,El Salvador, Liberia, Nicaragua, Zimbabwe and Mexico, totalling millions of dollars in equipment and saving countless lives along the way.

Along with shipping equipment,  medical personnel from across Canada have traveled to Cuba and El Salvador several times a year to teach and/or help orient health care providers to the new equipment.

In 2013, MEMO became involved in equipping a brand new community health clinic in El Salvador and has already sent a number of containers of medical equipment and supplies to the Shalom Clinic.


MEMO is pleased to state that there is no paid staff and is completely run by volunteers so that every dollar donated goes entirely to support the work.


Check out the site to learn more about the work of MEMO in Cuba and El Salvador and consider donating to this efficient, effective, and exciting ministry today!

Did you know?

In the last 14 years we have saved 76 40′ ocean containers FULL of waste products from hospitals and medical organizations across Canada from ending up in landfills. Your donations not only help make peoples’ lives better but they also help make the environment better!