Developing Faces

Sauipe Swimwear is partnering up with Kate Stoltz and Developing Faces Posted on 2 Sep 06:00 , 0 comments

We're excited to announce that Sauipe Swim is partnering with Kate Stoltz to raise funds for Developing Faces. Over the next nine days, Sauipe Swim will be donating five percent of their online sales to Developing Faces. The partnership will last from September 1st to September 10th. The funds will go towards paying for medical necessities for the January 2020 Developing Faces

The 9th Annual Winter Gala Raising Funds for Developing Faces Posted on 29 Mar 11:11 , 1 comment

The Ninth Annual Winter Gala, hosted by the NJ Craniofacial Center, was held at the Park Savoy Estate on March 19th, 2019. Over 200 guests attended the event, which included a cocktail hour, tricky trays, a silent auction, and a seated dinner. The funds raised will go towards several surgical nonprofits, with the majority going towards Developing Faces. Developing Faces is a 501c3 nonprofit that provides high quality surgical care to children and babies with facial abnormalities living in developing countries around the world. 

Developing Faces 2018 Surgical Mission Posted on 19 Jul 06:00 , 0 comments

 Developing Faces' next surgical mission is planned and coming up soon. We will be in Guatemala from August 3rd to August 12th to perform surgeries on children and babies with cleft palate, cleft lips and other facial abnormalities. Hospital Angeles is once again allowing the Developing Faces team to perform the surgeries in their hospital, with recovery rooms provided for the patients after surgeries. 

Developing Faces Approach, Philosophy and Commitments Posted on 28 Nov 11:23 , 1 comment

developing faces non profit charity in New York City


Who we are: Founded in 2013, Developing Faces is committed to improving the quality of life of babies and children with facial abnormalities. By leveraging the resources and intellectual capital of our team, Developing Faces provides high quality surgical care to babies and children with cleft lips and other craniofacial anomalies in developing countries around the world.

Committed to our Approach: 

  • Collaborate with international surgeons to identify countries in need and to help with patient selection. 
  • Provide training for local surgeons in the countries we serve to ensure proper postoperative care.
  • Organize postoperative follow-up and repeat surgical missions as needed.

Committed to our Philosophy:

  • Developing Faces utilizes the experience and expertise of the medial professionals in our organization to deliver the highest quality of surgical care in developing countries. Our surgeons are U.S. board certified in their respective specialties and have extensive experience operating outside of the United States.

Ways to give:

The effectiveness of our surgical missions is due in large part to our generous supporters. To donate now, you can make a gift through our website For donations by mail, we accept checks mailed to our headquarters at 460 Park Avenue, 17th Floor, New York, NY 10022. Please make the checks payable to Developing Faces.