OUR MISSION: We currently support other nonprofits in: health, education, environment, arts, memorials, and in times of crisis.  The world’s challenges continue as continue in our committed effort since we started in 1994. The Miracle Fund’s initial mission was created for providing quality health services, both here and abroad, to people with no access to such care. Special emphasis is placed on dental and medical care for disadvantaged children of all countries.

Nonprofits that assist people/groups with health challenges, education needs,     the environment, arts, memorials, and times of crisis both domestically and  abroad, without regard to finances, politics, race, or religion. In regards to health and healing-No one should have to suffer in silence with their pain, their need, regardless of who they are.

The Miracle Fund was founded in 1994, after the founder and director, Dr. Stephen J. Smith first visited the Guatemalan Tomorrow Fund Project known in the Kekchi Indian language as "Ak Tenamit" (The Village), in 1993, to help set up a dental clinic in the jungles of Guatemala. The clinic would serve the Kekchi Indian people who had been displaced by the genocide of the 1980's to the far reaches of the jungle on the Rio Dulce River. As a result of Dr. Smith's experience there, he decided that the best way to fund these ongoing efforts was to set up a nonprofit organization whose purpose would be to support the Guatemalan Project as well as other similar worthwhile projects. Dr. Smith has since retired. Dr. Smith and his wife: Glennis Walters Smith, support other nonprofits through donations to nonprofits of interest. We prefer to donate to nonprofits who give at least 70% or more of their profits to the focused project in need.


The Miracle Fund was instrumental in setting up a floating dental clinic on a donated houseboat. This allowed Ak Tenamit to bring dental care directly to the Kekchi villages along the shores of the Rio Dulce River. The boat was transformed from a standard houseboat to a fully functional dental clinic containing two chairs and dental units with living space for the visiting dentist. Today, the houseboat is staffed with volunteers from around the world providing access to free dental care to 27 Kekchi villages comprising almost 7,000 people. The dental boat has treated over 5,000 patients to date with the help of volunteer dentists worldwide. It is supported by many worthwhile organizations such as Rotary Club and alleviates much pain and suffering for the Kekchi Indians. The Kekchi, in turn, provide volunteer labor for Ak Tenamit to repay the project for their "free" dental or medical care.

CURRENT WORK: We currently support other nonprofits in: health, education, environment, arts, memorials, and in times of crisis. We currently run a non profit yearly allopathic and holistic health oriented directory called Therapist and Health Professionals (www.THPdirectory.com) in Colorado, where income from the earning of the publication are used for Miracle Fund donations. We have not earned and exceeded the amount of $50,000 so we file a Form 990-N abbreviated Tax Exempt reporting form because we qualify a small 501 c(3) NON PROFIT that has receipts of less than $50,000.00 per year. We also accept cash donations and at times have Fun (Fund) Raising events for donations to the Miracle Fund.

"The journey of a thousand miles is begun with one step" is our motto.



Every situation, properly perceived, becomes an opportunity to heal.


Floating Dental Clinic in Guatemala: