"These families come with the clothes they are wearing, little food and money, if any, and . . . sometimes no shoes. Regardless, they come thankful, focused on their children's needs." GINGER ROBINSON

Where We Go

Since 1993 Face the Challenge teams have provided free surgeries and medical care in the cities of Sucre and Santa Cruz and both the lowlands and Andes Mountains of Bolivia, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, and Shenyang, China. FTC stands ready for future trips to needy locations where we can help. Yet before FTC ever commits to new ventures, we seek God's direction through prayer as we determine which trips best meet our criteria of treating the youngest, most indigent and most deformed.

Face the Challenge (FTC) was founded by Randolph (Randy) C. Robinson, MD, DDS, cranio-maxillo-facial surgeon, and his wife, Ginger Holmes Robinson, BSN, RN (cardiac and critical care). Since the late 1970's, they shared a dream to offer their medical services to the world's needy.
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