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UPDATE:  It is late 2008 - All of us living in the Gulf Coast continue to cope from the effects of Hurricane Katrina.

International Children's Medical Foundation was finally able to get 'bare minimum' roof repair done on our residential facility at the end of August, 2006.

However, there was still much work to be done!  Mold continued to grow throughout  the facility, causing serious health issues.  Mold spores can grow in a human's lungs resulting in death.

Until this mold was eradicated, we could no longer house medically challenged children in this facility. 

Extremely serious health issues dicatated a relocation.

We we are seeking a larger facility.  Our long term  vision is to have an acreage that would be large enough to accommodate the following: a living facility, office space, a warehouse for donated equipment and medical supplies awaiting shipment to the  mission field and a seperate dorm building to house volunteers.  If you have or know  of someone that has property that they would like todonate to a worthy cause we'd love to hear from you! 

It does not have to be in the Gulf Coast.

Remember: Donations are tax deductible.

We are a 501-c-3 Non Profit Philanthropy

 
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