Volunteer work that connects underserved communities abroad with affordable education and healthcare


Among the essential features of a healthy, vibrant community are:

  • Affordable education
  • Access to healthcare
  • Empowered community leaders

Unfortunately these things are often lacking in underserved communities. An absence of infrastructure, government funding, and resources often mean that these communities become stuck in a cycle of poverty.


Share Mission International is helping to bridge the gap between underserved communities and the services they need. Through volunteer work we provide international medical relief, education, and community development initiatives to help these communities thrive.





Helping refugee communities begin a new life in the U.S.


In addition to helping underserved communities in developing countries Share Mission International serves a local group of Bhutanese refugees based in our headquarters of Denver, Colorado. Our efforts are focused on helping them integrate into the local community through: 

  • English language classes
  • Job search support
  • Educational programs
  • Clothing drives
  • Learning about U.S. customs and culture
Providing disaster assistance in times of crisis


In April 2015, two massive earthquakes struck Nepal. SMI immediately responded by providing volunteers and donations to help assist those impaced by the earthqueakes. Through the generosity of donors, we were able to provide:

  • 2500 gloves and 2500 masks to cleaning crews
  • A month's worth of food and basic supplies to over 1000 families in Gorkha District and Sindupalchowk District
  • 1000 tents for temporary shelters
  • 13,000 people with non-prescription medications in partnership with Qwest Pharma
  • Medical supplies in partnership with Project CURE