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Best of medical nonprofit websites 2014 | Pacific Medical Training

PMT's Best of Medical Nonprofit Sites

Congratulations to the winners! After reviewing hundreds of websites, Pacific Medical Training is happy to award these sites with our "Best of Medical Nonprofit Sites" award. We fully appreciate your efforts and understand the time and commitment it takes to maintain a website and continue to provide current content easily accessible to the sites viewers.


  1. — Samaritan’s Purse International Relief helps those in need and proclaims the hope of the gospel. The blog illustrates their efforts of traveling with mobile clinics, helping typhoon survivors, assisting farmers in Niger, and more.
    Samaritan’s Purse International Relief
  2. — Through a family-centered approach and in collaboration with experts, Starlight’s programs and services are designed to improve the life and health of kids and families worldwide. On their site, you can fulfill a starlight wish list, find events, join fundraisers, and learn about how they are improving the lives of children around the world.
  3. — Give Kids the World Village is a 70-acre nonprofit storybook resort, located in central Florida. This is where kids with life-threatening illnesses and their families are treated to weeklong, cost-free fantasy vacations. Check out their website to learn about the little girl who inspired it all.
    Give Kids the World Village
  4. — Spondylitis Association of America (SAA) was founded in 1983 by people affected by ankylosing spondylitis, a crippling form of spinal arthritis that strikes young people. SAA was the first and remains the largest resource in the United States for people seeking information on spondylitis and related diseases. Their site has resources and information about this specific form of arthritis, message boards and forums, and information about educational seminars and events.
    Spondylitis Association of America
  5. — Cancer Schmancer’s mission is to shift the nation’s focus from just searching for a cure for cancer to prevention and early detection in order to save lives. The Cancer Schmancer Movement is a three-prong approach, focusing on early detection, prevention, and policy change. Their site is very interactive, with a “trash cancer” game, information on free screenings, and articles about non-toxic living.
    Cancer Schmancer’s mission
  6. — weSPARK is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for cancer patients and their families and friends. Check out their blog for information about fundraising events and the answers to questions like “Can you be happy for 100 days in a row?” It also has lots of great recipes!
  7. — believes that 90% of all cancers can be eliminated through environment and lifestyle choices. They teach true prevention, not just early detection, and raise money for education about cancer prevention. The blog explores studies about cancer causes, detection, prevention, and the true effect of cancer awareness campaigns.
  8. — The AIDS Assistance Program is a non-profit volunteer-driven organization with the goal of providing support to low-income men, women, and children living with HIV/AIDS in the Greater Palm Springs Area. Their site offers information about events and programs dedicated to the cause.
    AIDS Assistance Program
  9. — International Cancer Advocacy Network provides direct patient navigation for Stage IV cancer cases throughout the United States and in more than 50 countries to date. ICAN is a global network consisting of a small staff and more than 1100 volunteers. Visit them to learn about their mission, history, accomplishments, and all the innovations that have been achieved over time toward fighting cancer.
    International Cancer Advocacy Network