Note: Under the current political environment, MedAid is inactive. If the political environment changes and MedAid's humanitarian license is renewed, MedAid will be reactivated.

MedAid delivers medical aid to the people of Latin America and the Caribbean while promoting opportunities for cross-cultural understanding.

Since 1995, MedAid has delivered over $4 million in medicines, medical supplies and medical devices to the people of Cuba--both through our Ambassador Program and through large-scale shipments. Our network ensures that medical supplies go directly to the people needing care. One of our largest successes--SEBASTA 2000--brought enough medication to treat all of Cuba's cancer patients for one year.

We are currently not able to deliver medical aid to Cuba through our Ambassador Program until we obtain a new license.

Get involved: MedAid's continued success relies on your participation.
Your gift to MedAid is amplified by our ability to acquire and deliver aid below cost. For example, we can leverage every dollar donated to acquire more than $12 in medical supplies and equipment. To donate via mail, make your tax-deductible check payable to "MedAid" and send it to 1215A Castle Hill, Austin, Texas 78703. Please contact us if you would like to donate your time as a Volunteer. If your company would like to support MedAid through financial or in-kind donations, please contact us via email ( or phone us at (512) 477-2438.

As the hub of MedAid's commitment to cultural exchange, Gallery 106 is a non-profit gallery featuring the work of Cuban artists based in Austin, Texas. Proceeds from the sales of art are paid to the artists and are used to donate medical supplies to Cuban hospitals and neighborhood clinics.MedAid is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization based in Austin, Texas.