Among the first side-effects a child may experience after being diagnosed with cancer is isolation. From their friends. Their classmates. Their schools.
Using the technology of tablet computers, web cameras and high-speed Internet connections, Hopecam connects these children helping to overcome their social isolation. We provide equipment, IT support and work with the school to secure and facilitate their participation.
Hear Your Song, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that empowers children and teens with serious illnesses and complex health needs to make their voices heard through collaborative songwriting.
In live, collaborative songwriting sessions, Hear Your Song volunteers work with children and teens to guide them through the process of writing their own song lyrics. Using the kid songwriter’s ideas for musical style, melody, instrumentation, and tempo, volunteer composers and musicians then set those words to music and record the song to be heard, celebrated, and shared.
Hear Your Song partners with pediatric hospitals and long-term care centers as well as camps, schools, and other nonprofit programs that serve kids experiencing serious illnesses and complex health needs. Hear Your Song’s volunteers collaborate with kids through campus-based chapters and at the organization’s national level. All of our programs are available to our families and partner organizations free of charge.
RIP Medical Debt empowers donors to relieve billions in oppressive medical debt. We are dedicated to removing the burden of medical debt for individuals and families and veterans across America.
The mission of Christ House is to provide comprehensive and compassionate health care to sick, homeless persons in the District of Columbia, and to assist them in addressing critical issues to help break the cycle of homelessness.
For more than 60 years, Project HOPE has transformed the health and well-being of people and communities around the world. We work on the front lines of the world’s health challenges, partnering hand-in-hand with communities, health care workers and public health systems to ensure sustainable change.
Living Goods aims to save lives at scale by supporting digitally empowered community health workers. Working with governments and partners to leverage smart mobile technology, rigorously strengthen performance, and relentlessly innovate to cost-effectively deliver high-quality, impactful health services.
The Sontag Foundation developed a network of relationships with healthcare providers throughout the United States who specialize in brain tumor treatment. This cadre of experts serves as the foundation of the Brain Tumor Network. Our network continues to develop as the field continues to grow. Neuro-oncology nurses and social workers tap into these ever-expanding connections to provide personalized information and navigation at no cost to individuals with brain tumors or their caregivers.
Duchenne is a fatal genetic disorder that slowly robs people of their muscle strength. Parent Project Muscular Dystrophy fights every single battle necessary to end Duchenne.
We demand optimal care standards and ensure every family has access to expert healthcare providers, cutting edge treatments, and a community of support. We invest deeply in treatments for this generation of Duchenne patients and in research that will benefit future generations. Our advocacy efforts have secured hundreds of millions of dollars in funding and won five FDA approvals.
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