The Meal That Heals
May
13
5:30 pm17:30

The Meal That Heals

  • Biscuit Love Franklin

We invite you to gather together at Biscuit Love Franklin to enjoy dinner, live music and libations for the Inaugural Meal That Heals

This specially-curated family-style dinner will be prepared by a group of celebrated Southern Chefs.

100% of the proceeds from this memorable evening will go directly to The Shalom Foundation's efforts to address the desperate medical needs and provide critical surgeries to impoverished children through the Moore Pediatric Surgery Center in Guatemala City, Guatemala.

Come have a seat at our table and take a stand for children in need.

Hirsche Smiles - Plastics
Jan
28
Feb 4

Hirsche Smiles - Plastics

  • The Moore Center

Hirsche Smiles Foundation, based in Utah, sends a surgical team that  consists of volunteer surgeons, anesthesiologists, nurses, and other health professionals who perform and assist in surgery on needy children with birth defects such as cleft lip and palate deformities, extra fingers or toes, and disfiguring scars due to burns or other accidents.

Average # Healed:
Most Common Surgeries:

Mending Kids/Miller Children's - ENT
Nov
12
Nov 19
ENT

Mending Kids/Miller Children's - ENT

  • The Moore Center

Mending Kids, a non-profit whose mission is much like ours, helps build a team from Millers Children's Hospital in Long Beach, CA to provide surgeries for one of the most needed specialties, ENT.

Average Healed: 100
Most Common Surgeries: Tonsillectomy, eardrum reconstruction, nasal septum deviation, throglossal cyst, airway reconstruction. 

Dell DSCGO Team - Orthopedics
Oct
8
Oct 15

Dell DSCGO Team - Orthopedics

  • The Moore Center

This team is supported by Dell Children's Surgical Global Outreach and Dell Children's Hospital based in Austin, TX.  

Average Healed:
Most Commons Surgeries: Congenital hip dislocation, club feet, flat feet, polydactyly, syndactyly, tendon release

Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt - Urology
Sep
24
Sep 30

Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt - Urology

  • The Moore Center

Since 2005, Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt has provided valuable resources and support designating The Shalom Foundation as their International Surgical Partner. 

This Mission will focus on Urology.  

Average # Healed:
Most Common Diagnoses:  Circumcision, hypospadias repair, non-descended testicles, urethral stenosis, urethral preimplantation. 

Hamilton Eye Institute w/ LeBonheur Children’s Hospital - Ophthalmology
Sep
3
Sep 10

Hamilton Eye Institute w/ LeBonheur Children’s Hospital - Ophthalmology

  • The Moore Center

This team is supported by the generosity of the Hamilton family.  The team members are comprised of doctors and nurses from Hamilton Eye Institute and LeBonheur Children's Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee.  

Average # Healed:
Most common diagnosis: Strabismus, congenital ptosis, chalazion, eyelid scar removal

Nashville Pediatric - Dental
Aug
19
Aug 27

Nashville Pediatric - Dental

  • The Moore Center

This Pediatric Dental Team is comprised of mostly Nashville Dentists, Surgeons and support staff but, Maine, Kentucky and Wisconsin are also represented! 

Average # Healed:
Most Common Surgeries: Most Common Procedures: Dental decay repair, dental restoration/fillings, dental extractions.

Alabama/Georgia Pediatric Team - Dental
Aug
6
Aug 13

Alabama/Georgia Pediatric Team - Dental

  • The Moore Center

This pediatric dental team is organized and supported by First Baptist Church in Dothan, AL.  

On this week long mission trip, this team will provide not only dental care to the children but love and support as well.  

Average # Healed: 
Most Common Procedures: Dental decay repair, dental restoration/fillings, dental extractions.

Guatemalan Surgeons - General & Urology
Jul
18
Jul 22

Guatemalan Surgeons - General & Urology

  • The Moore Center

A first for The Shalom Foundation!  We are hosting a group of Guatemalan surgeons at The Moore Center for a few days of General & Urology surgeries.  These are doctors who currently practice in Guatemala but have never donated their time to our mission.  This is an incredible partnership that we hope will continue.  We want local doctors and nurses to plug in and adopt our mission as their own.