Puerto Rico has recently been hit with 2 powerful hurricanes affecting more than 3.4 million people who live in the Island, but most especially our children.
We are a non profit organization in Puerto Rico who’s mission is to provide a better way of life to children, from newborn to 21 years of age, that have been diagnosed with cancer, malformations or catastrophic illnesses.
San Jorge Children’s Foundation (SJCF) was created in 1995 to support San Jorge Children’s Hospital, the only free-standing children’s hospital in Puerto Rico, also serving the Caribbean.
The Foundation helps low-income families by defraying the costs of necessary medical treatments for their children. Annually, the foundation provides hundreds of thousands of dollars of care by covering the cost of surgeries, anesthesia, medicines, specialized labwork and other important support services.
Your gifts can help us reach those families more quickly and provide more comfort and care to those who have lost so much.
We stand as an important philanthropic partner in the community. San Jorge Children’s Foundation is committed to rebuilding our beautiful island and caring for the children who were devastated by the succession of hurricanes that impacted our region.
We are uniquely positioned to provide free medical care to families in need, and to be a trusted partner for donors and companies who are interested in rebuilding Puerto Rico.
Our foundation staff and board members have deep tie to our community and is well-position to put your important dollars to work improving the lives of our children and their families.
We are grateful for all of the first-responders who have provided important food, water and fuel during the emergency. We know it will take months to recover from this disaster and years before we rebuild our beloved country.
Please join us by contributing today.
Your donation, which is 100% deductible, will go directly to medical treatments to our more that 1300 active patients.
So please help our children get better and receive the medical attention they so desperately need.
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