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4/20/2007 2:12 PM to 1/30/2020 3:12 PM
2 Supporters - led by Hillary Brown - updated 1 year(s) ago
Founded in 2007, Helping Orphans Worldwide (HOW), is a non-profit organization committed to providing hope, health and security to abused, abandoned and neglected children living in deprived areas of the world. Our work has so far taken us to southeast Asia, specifically Vietnam where we currentl...
1/1/2009 2:49 PM to 12/31/2010 7:49 PM
49 Supporters - led by Ping Chao 趙修平 - updated 3 year(s) ago
The Little Red Scarf is an alliance of non-profit organizations and individuals focused on loving underprivileged children with congenital heart disease in Gansu Province. It is the result of the cooperation of three US charities: the Ping and Amy Chao Family Foundation, the Chinese Christian Her...
7/4/2010 from 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM
0 Supporters - led by William Liu - updated 3 year(s) ago
協会は中文学校の学期が終わった後でCalgaryの近くのkananaskis地域におけるBarrier湖へハイキングしに行くことを行うことにします。
4/22/2009 from 5:00 AM to 1:00 PM
0 Supporters - led by Meng-Hsuan Wu - updated 4 year(s) ago
Memorial Blood Center organized a Blood Drive on the campus of University of Minnesota on April 22, 2009. Memorial Blood Center is a member of America's Blood Centers and has 11 locations in Twin Cities and Northland. The region it serves reaches as far as Northern Minnesota and Northwes...
3/31/2010 10:15 AM to 7/1/2010 11:15 AM
0 Supporters - led by Brenda Wu - updated 4 year(s) ago
JFA's medical staff are planning to do another community "Mobile Clinic" outreach in Cambodia when Meghan Mohe (and her pharmacy friends along with Nicole Hai (nursing student) come to intern this July. Take a look at this "planning visit" to the village and consider giving to help buy the e...
4/30/2009 6:00 PM to 4/30/2011 6:00 PM
1 Supporters - led by AAI Intern - updated 4 year(s) ago
In May 2009 a working visit by Asia America Initiative was conducted in Manila to expand the first Cancer Treatment for the Poor Program in Asia. The life saving partnership involves Albert Santoli and Rohaniza Sumndad of AAI, General Ben Dolorfino Commandant of the Philippines Marine Corps, with...
1/18/2010 12:00 AM to 1/30/2010 3:07 PM
4 Supporters - led by Sy Ching Lee - updated 4 year(s) ago
感謝大家熱烈的支持,在24小時內,已有65位醫護人員報名成行,報名暫時截止. 第二梯次何時出發,等到達災區後視情況再行公佈. Thank you all for your support! We have gathered 65 professional medical personnel for our Haiti Medical Mission team within 24 hour...
1/8/2010 12:28 PM to 12/25/2010 1:28 PM
5 Supporters - led by Nancy Nguyen - updated 4 year(s) ago
For those interested in congenital heart disease, children's health, helping others, writing, photography, and more, please join out Little Red Scarf Newsletter Team. We write blogs about the Little Red Scarf project to share the life changing stories and progress of the children. Your wor...
1/1/2010 11:37 AM to 11/30/2010 12:37 PM
4 Supporters - led by Nancy Nguyen - updated 4 year(s) ago
Students who participate in Chinese school all around the world are invited to participate in the Little Red Scarf Penpal Program. Students will have the chance to maintain a long term relationship with children recovering from congenital heart disease. Students can choose to write East Villag...
10/1/2010 12:21 PM to 12/25/2010 1:21 PM
4 Supporters - led by Nancy Nguyen - updated 4 year(s) ago
Since everyone is writing Christmas cards to their loved ones, we thought it would be wonderful to have christmas cards written to the children with congenital heart disease each year. We have 89 children cured of congenital heart disease and plan to keep a strong relationship with these childr...
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