A U.S. based organization serving the needy of the Philippines since 2005

Future Goals

The main challenge is to make the JADMC sustainable while staying true to its purpose of serving the indigents.

The KDF and LFLF are taking the following strategies:

  • Become a LEVEL 2 center so all services are paid for by PHILHEALTH for their cardholders

  • Explore the possibility of getting PHILHEALTH accreditation to become an issuer of PHILHEALTH so all patients can avail of PHILHEALTH

  • Seek accreditation with the Philippine Charity Sweeptakes Office so all non-PHILHEALTH patients can be sponsored by them

  • Apply for Philippines NGO certification so the KDF can be a donee institution

  • Launch a fund campaign to set up a trust fund to handle overhead expenses

KDF-JADMC Operation Smile Phils. Cleft Center

Volunteer Staff standing in in front of the Dr. Jesus A. Datu Medical Center (JADMC)

A two story extension building has been built behind the JADMC for the purposes of an ambulatory surgical clinic for eye care, harelip and cleft center, and a training center.

Jesus A. Datu, MD, Founder

Dr. Jesus Angeles Datu, Founder

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Jesus A. Datu, MD, Founder
Joycelyn A. Datu, MD, Chairman
Maximina Datu Boutselis, MD, President
Kevin Alan Beaudoin, Treasurer
Sabrina Datu Boutselis, Secretary
Benjamin Datu Boutselis, Public Relations

ADVISORS

Kevin Alan Beaudoin
Nicholas Boutselis, DMD
Tess Flynn
Carmen Jose
Jasmine Salvador Matawaran, RN
Gilda Stiefel
Elizabeth Tuazon

“Jess was one of the strongest pillars of the Filipino community in Connecticut. A bona-fide, big-hearted humanitarian, and a wonderful friend to me and many others…It was through him that we have many charitable projects in the Philippines, and most of them still ongoing.”
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