SCM Medical Missions

Contact Us

3806 Whitman Ave N
Seattle WA 98103

+1 206-545-7307

Sign up here to get the latest news on our efforts and how you can help, too!

By Submitting this form, you are agreeing to receive emails from SCM Medical Missions. Office: 3806 Whitman Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103. Phone: 206-545-7307. You can unsubscribe at any time.
Humanitarian AidSyria

Tent Foundations for Earthquake Survivors

SCM earthquake relief project to provide concrete foundations for the tents.


SCM 10 Years Ago

In late 2010, the Arab Spring was sweeping across North Africa, eventually toppling governments in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, and plunging other countries into crisis. Bahrain, Yemen and Syria also experienced unrest with Yemen and Syria’s conflicts boiling over to civil war. 

Just after war broke out in Syria in 2012, SCM began preparing for the humanitarian needs of the people fleeing the violence. By 2013 we had already had our regional director monitoring the situation in northern Jordan and had been sending money to our office in Jordan to buy needed supplies and helping refugees who had arrived in Jordan. We had also had medical missions later in 2012 to help people coming across the border.

Here is a look back at some of the faces from our March 2013 medical mission to Jordan. The children in these photos are all 10 years older and some may not remember their homeland at all now. 

Consider donating to help Syrians now experiencing another catastrophe – the massive earthquake in February of this year. Those that stayed within Syria all throughout the civil war and live in the north of the country are now trying rebuild their lives with very little help from the government or the international community. SCM has been providing tents, food, blankets, solar power equipment and more but we need your help. https://www.scmmedicalmissions.org/donations/earthquake-aid/

Thank you.

Humanitarian AidSyria

Solar Power!

Solar power to camps in northwest Syria provided by SCM.

Humanitarian AidSyria

SCM Providing Tents for Earthquake Victims

SCM is on the ground in the area of Afrin, northwest of Aleppo, in Syria. We are purchasing tents at $120-$145 each along with other humanitarian supplies. All your donations are going directly to help the Syrian people.

Please donate to keep the aid going – the weather is still unreliable and cold, and it will take a long time to rebuild because Syria’s resources are so limited.

Thank you for your ongoing support of this humanitarian relief effort!


Humanitarian AidSyria

SCM Aid to Syrian Earthquake Victims

SCM continues to send aid to Syrian earthquake victims in partnership with the Jordanian Hashemite Charities Organization. Take a look at the tents we have provided for people near Idleb as well as donations lined up at the JHCO warehouse getting ready to be loaded on the next flight to Aleppo.

Humanitarian AidSyria

A Message from Rita

SCM gets aid quickly to those who need it most, thanks to your continuous support. When the recent earthquake hit Turkey and Syria, we immediately made phone calls, connected with partner teams on the ground, and assessed gaps that we could fill. We’re already distributing aid there. And our warehouse team in Jordan has quickly mobilized to send even more.

I lived in Aleppo for 10 years and have a lot of friends and family there, and we talk on a regular basis. They are also updating me on the situation and letting me know what is needed in the Aleppo and Idlib regions. This information along with the information we get from our partner teams informs our decisions on what to send in from Jordan and Turkey. SCM, with its partners, are working night and day to get the assistance needed in the northwest region of Syria.

To get assistance to people we are asking for monetary donations to purchase exactly what is needed in Jordan and Turkey and get it to people as soon as possible. It is faster than trying to organize, fill and ship a container.

There continue to be more earthquakes and aftershocks that are 5.8 and higher. The situation is very bad, and the weather is getting worse with expected snow, rain, and high wind conditions. A river levy has broken because of the earthquake and flooded nearby towns, making things even more difficult there, if you can imagine.

We still need your help. Please help us help them. If you have already donated, we thank you. Please share this with everyone you can think of. Also, consider setting up a monthly automatic donation by clicking the linked text.

Thank you!