Beta Humanitarian Help – Medical help for the developing world
Want to have a first-hand impression of their work?
Find out more about the voluntary work of Beta Humanitarian Help and some of their projects to date here:
‘Help them help’ – Donation campaign 2019
‘After the operation is before the operation’. Dr Daniel Sattler and his team are, together with colleagues and other medical experts, already planning various potential destinations and hospitals for the next aid missions and projects. With your donation, you can help them to help others.
Click here for the current 2019 donation appeal campaign
Your money goes where it is needed – directly to the patients
The Beta Humanitarian Help e.V. is a charitable organisation and is financed by donations. All donations are for the benefit of the patients in the targeted land and go directly towards their medical care. All members work on a voluntary basis and in their own free leisure time.
Costs involved for administration or information activities are also given on a voluntary basis or through sponsors. If you would also like to become one of these sponsors, the organisation will be very pleased to receive your donation payable to the following account:
Beta Humanitarian Help e.V.
A donation receipt will be sent to you when you write your address in the section marked “reason for payment” or when you send an email with your details to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Beta Humanitarian Help – this is us!
The Beta Humanitarian Help team is made up of these four core members:
senior physician at Beta Aesthetic, plastic and cosmetic surgeon
PD Dr. med. Armin Kraus,
specialist for plastic, cosmetic and hand surgery at the University Hospital Magdeburg
Dr. med. Lisa Gambhir,
medical specialist for general medicine at the Centre Hospitalier de Luxembourg
Dipl.-Volksw. Doreen Sattler,
donation commissioner, contact partner and administrative co-ordinator for charity events.
They are supported according to medical need by dedicated colleagues especially recruited for these medical missions in the targeted lands. Every one of them volunteers for Beta Humanitarian Help.