While many of our members speak at least some Spanish, most of us do not! In order to be as inclusive as possible on our clinic trips, we need people fluent or semi-fluent in Spanish and English to help translate. Translators also have the opportunity to triage, take vitals, help in pharmacy, and anything else that other student volunteers do.
Our club is first and foremost a student-led and student-run organization. Our passionate and dedicated student volunteers can join a variety of committees and learn how to triage, take vitals, work in a pharmacy, and more. Learn about volunteering with us as a student and how to join Flying Sams at UCLA.
Your help is important to us and the community we serve. Explore the tabs below to learn more about our organization and different ways you can contribute to our cause.
Flying Samaritans at UCLA
Health care is expensive. Good health care is even more expensive. Become a sponsor and help us serve our community better. By sponsoring us, your logo will be featured on our website's homepage and various other media. Sponsor levels are coming soon, so contact our treasurer for more information!
If you're not a student or health professional but you're interested in helping out, talk to one of our wonderful clinic coordinators! Medical students or interns are welcome to volunteer with us as well. If you are from another organization and would like to organize something with us, we're open to suggestions. Visit our contact page to get in touch!
Flying Samaritans at UCLA cannot operate our monthly clinics without support from doctors, nurses, physician assistants, dentists, optometrists, and other health professionals who volunteer their time and services. If you are interested in helping or giving talks to our student members, don't hesitate to let us know!
Flying Samaritans is a non-profit, student-run organization. We need your help so that we can continue to provide free medical clinics and supplies to the people of Colonia Margarita Moran. All proceeds go towards bettering the lives of the people living in Colonia Margarita Moran.