The mission is to make life changing differences for children with medical needs from around the globe, one child at a time.
Founded 9 years ago the Children's Medical Mission West has helped countless children that would not have received the medical attention needed to address their disabilities.
Tuesday children and host families with CMMW got a chance to get together and visit as they were treated to a tour of the Lima Fire Departments Central Station.
The children's faces lit up as fire fighter Jeremy Welker showed them some of the gear and everyone got a chance to try something on.
Founder Tami Shobe says days like these are great and gives children like Danielle a break from why they are really here.
While the medical services are donated it is still very expensive to get the children to the states.
Shobe says it can cost up to $2,000 for just one airline ticket.
If you would like to see how you can help these children you can log onto http://www.cmmwest.com/home