Guided by a commitment to sustainability, a desire to empower through education, and a focus on accountability, WellShare partners with communities and health care providers to design, implement, and evaluate health programs that respond to the needs of each population we serve.
Our life-changing work takes place in both Minnesota and East Africa, enabling us to reduce health disparities and provide community members with the essential knowledge and care they need to take charge of their own health.
What’s New at WellShare
Recent News from WellShare
Virtual educational fundraiser addressing the substance abuse crisis in our communities
Mental health campaign- a NEW way to invest in community
WellShare Executive Director featured on MN Public Health Association panel
Youth Mental Health and Substance Use
What kids really think of the vaccine
WellShare is bringing community together
WellShare presents at 2021 Rural Health Equity Summit
WellShare program published in Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved
Have you seen WellShare’s 5 Minute Video?
Learn more about our work helping people live healthier lives.
Who We Are
WellShare International is a 501(c)(3) international and domestic nonprofit health organization. Ourmission is to partner with diverse communities to promote health and well-being, and we accomplish this using a community health worker model to reduce health disparities.
Read More About Us!
What We Do
Our sustainable health programs are driven by strong partnerships within the community and implemented by our community health workers. By involving many different representatives of the community, we’ve been able to identify community-specific challenges and create practical solutions to address them.
Check Out Our Programs!
Donations to WellShare International save lives and improve the health of women, children, and their communities around the world. Learn more about how you can get involved by making a donation, volunteering, or staying up to date on what we do by signing up for our newsletter.