Operation Smile

1/04/2017

The Harley Medical Group launch partnership with Operation Smile

On 1st April, The Harley Medical Group announced its new partnership with Operation Smile. This partnership will raise funds to help transform the lives of children living with cleft conditions around the world. Over £95,000 will be donated over the next three years through the fundraising efforts of The Harley Medical Group, their clients and employees.

Operation Smile is an international medical charity that has provided hundreds of thousands of free surgeries for children and young adults in developing countries who are born with cleft lip, cleft palate or other facial deformities. It is one of the largest volunteer-based organisations dedicated to improving the health and lives of children worldwide through access to safe surgical care.

Each year, select employees from the Harley Medical Group will be travelling to visit Operation Smile international medical projects. Stories of these experiences will be shared with the HMG staff and their clients to increase awareness and support for Operation Smile. 

James O’Shea, Marketing Director, Harley Medical Group “We hope our collaboration with Operation Smile will raise much-needed funds to provide care for children and young adults living with facial deformities such as cleft lip and cleft palate. Our goal is to engage with our clients and our clinics to inspire people to support Operation Smile in the long term, and help them deliver lasting change.”

Karen Jaques, CEO, Operation Smile: “We are thrilled to launch this fantastic partnership with the Harley Medical Group. Operation Smile works around the world to provide life-changing surgery for children born with cleft lip and cleft palate. These children face extraordinary struggles and experience daily stigma. This partnership will raise funds to support our work around the world to give hundreds of children the smiles and lives they deserve. I am incredibly grateful and look forward to working with The Harley Medical Group.”

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