Cape CARES sends volunteer teams to its clinics — located in remote, mountainous areas of Honduras — to provide free medical and dental care to people who have no access to care. Because we return to our clinics 3 times per year, we are able to offer follow-up care to the men, women, and children we treated on previous visits.

We provide skills, supplies, and the educational training necessary to achieve a higher level of health and well-being for the villagers. With the ongoing enhancement of our services, we are able to implement preventive health care programs.

In The News

  A very exciting endeavor.....Cape CARES Board members and Honduran medical and social services professionals have established an advisory committee for the purpose of creating referral and coordination networks for patients requiring specialty care and evaluations.     We look forward to meeting again with this group in Tegucigalpa in February 2017.   wThe first meeting took placeww.purplemartinmusic.com

Annual FIESTA Dinner and Annual Meeting --- Cape CARES held its Annual Meeting on Saturday, September 24, at St. Mary's  Church in Barnstable, MA.  Guests enjoyed Central American music, food, a trivia game, and an impromptu silent auction with beautiful bird carvings donated by professional carver, Glen Heller. Our Board provided a brief overview of the great work our volunteers did on our 2015-16 trips.  

 On November 12 & 13, Cape CARES will join 250 exhibitors at the 10th Annual Natural Living Expo in Marlborough, MA.  Partake of some healthy food, attend one or more of the 90 workshops, enjoy live music!  And, visit our volunteers at the Cape CARES table!  

'Thinking of Volunteering? - 2016 Fall teams are filled and Jan.-April 2017 teams are filling up quickly.  If you're interested in joining a team, call now, 508-631-4848, or write to us at admin@capecares.org.



Cape CARES is an independent, nonprofit humanitarian organization. It is unaffiliated with and not a subsidiary of any other organization.