LEAP Foundation

LEAP is comprised of volunteer plastic and craniofacial surgeons, ocular surgeons, pediatric general surgeons, pediatric urologists, hand surgeons, ENT surgeons, anesthesiologists, orthodontists, dentists, nurses, scrub techs, eye and limb prosthetic specialists, along with a host of professional non-medical volunteers. Dedicating time, expertise and often their own resources, our volunteers work tirelessly to provide exceptional medical and surgical care free of charge.

LEAP is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to enhancing and enriching the lives of people around the world by providing free specialized medical services inspired by the love of Christ. [Click to Learn More...]

YOU Can Help Change Lives!

You can help us to change lives by generously donating below. We greatly appreciate your support, please also consider monthly contributions as well.


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Upcoming Opportunities

Giving SAVE THE DATE for the LEAP Annual Gala!
When: Thursday, October 1
Where: Dallas Country Club
4155 Mockingbird Ln, Dallas, TX 75205
For more info, call (972) 566-6550 or e-mail ashleywinder@leap-foundation.org

Giving July is National Cleft & Craniofacial Awareness Month!
Cleft and craniofacial conditions affect thousands of infants, children, teens and adults in the United States each year. Some are born with congenital anomalies like cleft lip and palate, others with more complex, life-threatening craniofacial conditions. Some are burned; others are injured in accidents and animal attacks, or diagnosed with various oral/head/neck and skin diseases

Warehouse Warriors

Thank you to our tremendous volunteers who helped us get even more organized at our warehouse. So many of you came out to help and so much was accomplished! We met a few new volunteers and saw the bright faces of our seasoned LEAPers. All of our medical supplies culled from our … [Click to Read More...]

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Cleft and Craniofacial Awareness Month

Babies born with just a cleft lip usually do not have feeding problems. However, when the palate is involved, feeding is a bigger challenge. A cleft palate makes it harder for babies to latch on and suck for feeding, requiring a special nipple and bottle. Babies with feeding … [Click to Read More...]