LEAP Foundation

LEAP is comprised of volunteer plastic surgeons, urologists, eye surgeons, anesthesiologists, orthodontists, nurses and support staff. Dedicating time, expertise and often their own resources, these volunteers endeavor to bring free surgical care to children and adults born with deformities.

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 in the love of Christ. [Click to Learn More...]

YOU Can Help Change Lives!

You too can help us change lives by donating below. Learn more about all the different ways to get involved with LEAP [Click to Learn More...]

Become a Virtual Supporter

As LEAP expands our social media efforts, we would love your help spreading the word!
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Upcoming Opportunities
ToteBuy-a-Bag, Give-a-Bag Program
When you purchase the LEAP jute tote bag for $100, LEAP will give a young patient a Post-Op Care Tote filled with joy by LEAP volunteers. [Click Here to Learn More About The Post-Op Tote program…]

GivingGIVING TUESDAY - Save the Date
December 3, 2013
The Tuesday after Thanksgiving (similar to Black Friday and Cyber Monday in the for profit world), charities nationwide are encouraging supporters to participate in Giving Tuesday [Click to Learn more]
5K4th Annual LEAP Into Action 5K & 1Mile Fun Run
Saturday, October 12, 2013
The 4th Annual LEAP Foundation 5K was held at Norbuck Park at White Rock Lake. [Click Here for results and pictures!]

GalaLEAP Annual Fundraising Gala
October 25, 2013
Thank you to all who contributed and attended!
[Click Here to learn more!]
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ISAPS-LEAP Surgical Relief Teams© – Jordan Missions Update

Our latest update on our current mission in Amman, Jordan. … [Click to Read More...]

Logan 3/31/14

Update on Logan

Baby Logan stole our hearts the moment we met him on February 5, 2013. This sweet child was born in China on September 2, 2012, with a severe craniofacial cleft, palate and amniotic band deformity. LEAP learned of this tiny orphan through a partner organization in China, and … [Click to Read More...]