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The impoverished people of the Amazon desperately need your help. Your donation will help purchase medicine and supplies, hold clinics, provide for essential needs, and make sustainable improvements in this remote corner of the world where the poor are too often forgotten.

When you help a sick child or sick adult, you bring joy and hope, and you enable that adult to work and try to climb above the economic, social and emotional stress their family faces each day.

Amazon Promise founder Patty Webster:
CNN Hero and Caring Award Recipient

 Watch Patty's CNN video here.

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Read about Patty's Caring Award

Patty Webster Caring Award for two decades of dedication to the Amazon

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Reach out to your friends, family and community.  Spread the word about Amazon Promise's mission.  Get involved and stay in touch.

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Gifts & Merchandise

Need a gift?  Visit our Zazzle site to purchase AP t-shirts, mugs, bags etc.

25% of the price goes to helping AP.

You can also visit the Amazon Promise store at the

 Shamans Market,

where you can find beautiful, one-of-a-kind, collectable, handmade jungle crafts, artworks and jewelry created by the people we serve in remote Peruvian rainforest communities.

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Amazon Promise is a U.S. based, non-profit organization founded to provide desperately needed medical and dental care to remote populations living in the Upper Amazon Basin of Northeastern Peru. Our Peruvian operations are headquartered in the jungle city of Iquitos. We provide medical and dental services and education to residents of Iquitos and neighboring Belen. Additionally, since 1993 we have conducted routine, volunteer-based medical outreach, local training and education in 32 remote jungle villages.  

Amazon Promise is exempt from federal income tax under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Under state law, which will vary from state to state, and federal law, which may change annually, a large portion, if not all of expedition fees, is tax deductible in the United States. Likewise, monetary donations made in the U.S. are tax deductible.