Support us as we help One Child At A Time...
For more information or to arrange your contribution of money, other resources or airline mileage points, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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To make a donation via CHECK please make payable to:
The Global Medical Relief Fund and mail to:
112 Macfarland Avenue
Staten Island, NY 10305
Federal Tax ID: 13-3987722
The Global Medical Relief Fund relies entirely on donations and contributions to support its work. GMRF uses these resources to help injured, maimed and victimized children from around the world, most urgently amputees and those affected by war or disaster.
We assist innocent, young victims, many of whom come from the poorest or most severely impacted areas of the globe. We involve their families in their treatment, which can last for years as they grow to maturity and strive to become functioning, contributing citizens in their communities and the world. Everything that we provide is cost-free to the children and their families. We are reaching out to you, asking you to become our partner in this effort.
There are many ways you can help our work. All donations are always welcome. Or, you could simply sponsor the travel costs of bringing an injured child here for medical treatment and rehabilitation. You can donate funds — or even airline frequent flyer mileage points — to enable us to bring young victims to the U.S.
Our cause is one child at a time. As we work to address the needs of each child individually, your sponsorship is urgently needed to help one young life — one child — who awaits recognition and treatment.
We are a small organization, but since our start in 1996, we have already helped more than 100 children from many countries. While this may be a fraction of those who are in need, each child we have helped has gone home with hope for a better life.
The GMRF is a 501c3 nonprofit organization. All donations are tax-exempt. With your support, we will be able to provide "life-restoring" treatment and rehabilitation "One Child At A Time..."