Quick Links
Foundations and Corporations

Barco’s Nightingales Foundation

Barco’s Nightingales Foundation is the philanthropic arm of Barco’s Uniforms, producer of medical and other uniforms. Focused on helping children in need while highlighting the role that nurses play in providing medical care, Barco’s Nightingales Foundation has helped provide 1,600 surgeries for children around the world. In 2009, as Barco’s Uniforms celebrated 80 years of business, they generously sponsored 80 surgeries to commemorate this milestone.

Johnson & Johnson

The Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies provides ReSurge with thousands of dollars worth of medical supplies and equipment, which means that more of our precious financial resources can be dedicated to providing life-changing surgeries for children in need. They also have provided funding to help increase the surgical capacity in developing countries.

Loupes Around the World

In 2007, Loupes Around the World was founded to provide surgeons in developing countries with the loupes they need to better operate on their patients. Surgical loupes are magnifying glasses that allow surgeons to see smaller delicate structures when operating. Since 2008, ReSurge's programs have benefited from the donations Loupes Around the World has made to its partners around the world.

Mobile Instrument

Since 1978, Mobile Instruments has been providing quality surgical equipment maintenance and repair to hospitals nationwide. For several years, Mobile Instruments has been generously repairing and sharpening some of ReSurge's most important surgical instruments free of charge.

Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC)

Since 1998, RMHC has granted more than $5 million to sponsor ReSurge trips and training and support for local doctors to provide year-round care to impoverished children. More than 15,000 children have received life-changing surgery because of RMHC’s partnership with ReSurge.

Smile Train

Smile Train is an international children's charity with a sustainable approach to a single, solvable problem: cleft lip and palate. Millions of children in developing countries with unrepaired clefts live in shame, but more importantly, have difficulty eating, breathing and speaking. Cleft repair surgery is simple, and the transformation is immediate. Smile Train's sustainable model provides training and funding to empower local doctors in 85+ developing countries to provide 100%-free cleft repair surgery in their communities.

Syde Hurdus Charitable Foundation

Year after year, the Syde Hurdus Charitable Foundation helps support lifechanging surgeries, speech therapy, medical education and empowerment programs, helping to create year-round access to medical care in developing countries. The New York-based Syde Hurdus Charitable Foundation was created from the estate of Ms. Syde Hurdus, a well-known clothing designer who cared deeply for the welfare of children around the world.

Other Long-term Partners

ReSurge also would like to give special recognition to our long-term partners for their two decades of dedication and commitment to ReSurge’s mission, volunteers and outreach centers. Their ongoing support has helped ReSurge grow its work and expand into new sites around the world. On our list of longterm partners, ReSurge would especially like to acknowledge the following foundations: the Tosa Foundation, Grousbeck Family Foundation, The May & Stanley Smith Charitable Trust and the T & T Family Foundation.

Get Involved
Take Action
Stay Informed
ReSurge International is a highly efficient nonprofit, with 86 percent of our budget going directly to medical programs that change lives.