Sponsors and Partners
Michigan State University College of Health Sciences is FIMRC's flagship partner for the Comparative Health Immersion Rotation Program (CHIRP), a program providing 3rd and 4th year medical students with an intensive shadowing and volunteering experience tailored to meet academic requirements. Since 2006, MSU students have traveled for 4-6 weeks each spring to FIMRC medical sites in El Salvador, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, and Peru.
Through UIUC's Externship Program, FIMRC hosts students each year and provides them with first-hand knowledge about non-profit work and a sound understanding of FIMRC's public health efforts abroad.
As FIMRC's national language education partner, The Language Tailor provides FIMRC volunteers, alumni, family and friends discounted prices on Spanish language courses before, during, and after volunteer experiences.
FIMRC has partnered with Worldwide Risk Management (WRM) to assist in providing you with adequate international travel and medical insurance. WRM specializes in providing international health insurance to mission groups, volunteer organizations, and individuals traveling overseas for missions and humanitarian relief. FIMRC and WRM would like to suggest the Outreach Travel Medical Insurance product as the most appropriate insurance plan for your traveling needs. It is designed for the individual short term volunteer traveling for five days and up to 12 months. Outreach Travel provides medical benefits, emergency evacuation, terrorism coverage, natural disaster benefits, trip interruption, and lost luggage benefits. These are just a few highlights. For more thorough information, click here to read the full brochure. If you would like to get a quote or are ready to purchase, click here.
FIMRC is now a beneficiary of UPrinting's Non-Profit Sponsorship Campaign. Benefits include free printing, discounts on custom print orders, access to UPrinting's sales team, and raised awareness of FIMRC's mission through UCommunity Press Release.In June 2011, MySpace Music became a national partner of FIMRC, crowned by a donation of ten laptops and chargers. These laptops will increase the amount of time healthcare professionals in the developing world can attend to patients due to increased efficiency and data management in addition to improved ability to accurately report medical information to their respective Ministry of Health.