One Good Turn (OGT) passionately advocates for providing better healthcare to under-represented communities across the world. The nonprofit provides essential healthcare and education, in partnership with established organizations, to accelerate responsible and sustainable development in neglected communities.
3 Things to Know:
- One Good Turn became a nonprofit organization in 2016
- One Good Turn has helped communities in Cambodia, Haiti, Houston, Nairobi, South Texas, Kenya, Uganda, Peru, Nicaragua, and Austin during Hurricane Katrina
- Dr. Ann Messer, founder of One Good Turn, developed a Clinical Competency Curriculum for University of Puthisastra medical school in Cambodia and is working on providing medical supplies and education to ten rural clinics throughout the Southeast Asian country.