Mercy
Ships

Help Mercy Ships raise awareness of urgent medical care for those in need around the world by sharing our PSAs. Globally, five billion people have no access to safe surgery but with the ongoing help of professionals volunteering their time, Mercy Ships is able to provide free, life-changing care for those with no other hope. Mercy Ships has already performed over 100,000 life saving surgeries in up to 50 nations around the world. With your help, we can raise awareness of the Mercy Ships mission to bring hope and healing to those in need.

Hope In Sight

Hope In Sight

Help Mercy Ships tell the powerful story of the FREE, life changing work volunteers from across the U.S. provide to the world’s forgotten poor by sharing our new public service announcement, Hope in Sight, with your audiences.

 

Mercy Ships is a fleet of the two largest floating civilian hospitals in the world, staffed with volunteer medical staff and crew who pay their own way to serve aboard the ships. With the introduction of their newest ship, the Global Mercy, Mercy Ships now can offer double the lifesaving services and training.

 

This new PSA shows the incredible impact the volunteers, nurses and doctors aboard Mercy Ships have on communities around the world – keeping ‘Hope in Sight.’ Because of volunteers, donors and countless others, Mercy Ships is able to physically improve the quality of life for those in need and ultimately bring them happiness.

  • Hope In Sight

    Hope In Sight

  • Heroes of Mercy

    Heroes of Mercy

  • A Wave of Hope

    A Wave of Hope

  • A Wave of Hope (Faith)

    A Wave of Hope (Faith)

  • Global Mercy

    Global Mercy

  • Inner Voice

    Inner Voice

  • Preventable Death

    Preventable Death

  • No Access

    No Access

  • Transforming Lives

    Transforming Lives

  • Providing Access

    Providing Access

Hope In Sight

Help Mercy Ships tell the powerful story of the FREE, life changing work volunteers from across the U.S. provide to the world’s forgotten poor by sharing our new public service announcement, Hope in Sight, with your audiences.

 

Mercy Ships is a fleet of the two largest floating civilian hospitals in the world, staffed with volunteer medical staff and crew who pay their own way to serve aboard the ships. With the introduction of their newest ship, the Global Mercy, Mercy Ships now can offer double the lifesaving services and training.

 

This new PSA shows the incredible impact the volunteers, nurses and doctors aboard Mercy Ships have on communities around the world – keeping ‘Hope in Sight.’ Because of volunteers, donors and countless others, Mercy Ships is able to physically improve the quality of life for those in need and ultimately bring them happiness.

  • Hope In Sight

  • Heroes of Mercy

  • A Wave of Hope

  • A Wave of Hope (Faith)

  • Call to Mercy

  • No Access to Safe Surgery

A Wave of Hope

Mercy Ships is bringing a wave of hope and healing to those who need it most with the launch of their new ship, Global Mercy®. As the world’s first purpose-built civilian hospital ship, the Global Mercy® allows patients with nowhere else to go to receive the life-changing care they need.

This new addition to the Mercy Ships fleet will more than double their capacity to provide free surgeries and medical training in the world’s most desperate places. To order free outdoor PSA materials, email mediaservice@psadirect.com. Include your contact information, location and type of outdoor collateral you are interested in.

about

Mercy Ships uses hospital ships to deliver free, world-class healthcare services, capacity building, and sustainable development to those with little access in the developing world. Founded in 1978 by Don and Deyon Stephens, Mercy Ships has worked in more than 55 developing countries, providing services valued at more than $1.7 billion and directly benefitting more than 2.8 million people. Our ships are crewed by volunteers from over 50 nations, with an average of over 1200 volunteers each year. Professionals including surgeons, dentists, nurses, healthcare trainers, teachers, cooks, seamen, engineers, and agriculturalists donate their time and skills. With 16 national offices and an Africa Bureau, Mercy Ships seeks to transform individuals and serve nations. For more information click on www.mercyships.org.

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