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Love for Life Foundation of Philippine American Physicians in America

Love for Life Foundation of Philippine American Physicians in America

A U.S based nonprofit 501(c)3 private foundation established in 2005 by Dr Jesus A Datu to help improve the healthcare of indigent Filipinos residing in the Philippines

We welcome all individuals and groups to participate and donate.

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With the help of the Kapampangan Development Foundation (KDF), as of September, 2021, the following has been successfully accomplished:

Prosthetics 2,607 beneficiaries
Eye Surgeries 186, 982 beneficiaries
Cleft surgeries 2,082 surgeries
Hearing/ENT procedures 2,829 beneficiaries

Love for Life Foundation future plans include expanding our geographic network, focus on primary care, collaborate and partner with local health officials within the towns, and establish a scholarship program.

As the end of 2021 approaches, we are grateful to all our supporters, friends, and advisors.
Please consider us in your end of year giving plans. We are a 501(c)3 organization and your contribution is tax-deductible.

Please see our website WWW.THELOVEFORLIFE.ORG
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With the help of the Kapampangan Development Foundation (KDF), as of September, 2021, the following has been successfully accomplished:

Prosthetics 2,607 beneficiaries
Eye Surgeries 186, 982 beneficiaries
Cleft surgeries 2,082 surgeries 
Hearing/ENT procedures 2,829 beneficiaries

Love for Life Foundation future plans include expanding our geographic network, focus on primary care, collaborate and partner with local health officials within the towns, and establish a scholarship program.

As the end of 2021 approaches, we are grateful to all our supporters, friends, and advisors. 
Please consider us in your end of year giving plans. We are a 501(c)3 organization and your contribution is tax-deductible. 

Please see our website WWW.THELOVEFORLIFE.ORG

Mrs Joan A. Datu with one of the first babies born at the JADMC ... See MoreSee Less

Mrs Joan A. Datu with one of the first babies born at the JADMC

Before and after photos of a cleft palate patient ... See MoreSee Less

Before and after photos of a cleft palate patient

Thank you New England Filipino American INC for a successful fundraiser! Thank you President Tess Flynn ... See MoreSee Less

Thank you New England Filipino American INC for a successful fundraiser! Thank you President Tess Flynn

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Youre very welcome. It was hard work but for a good cause.

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Dr. Jesus A. Datu Medical Center

Dr. Jesus A. Datu Medical Center

A non profit 501 (c) 3 organization providing affordable and free healthcare to poverty stricken areas in the Philippines

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New England Fil Am fundraiser

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Kapampangan Development Foundation, Inc. (KDF)
Jesus A. Datu Medical Center (JAMDC)
KDF JADMC Cleft Center
Location: Don Pablo St., San Vicente Bacolor, Pampanga
Free Cleft Lip & Palate surgery
Zero Balance Billing
Text "How"to 09088150574 for inquiries or call
Next operation will be on Nov. 10 & 11, 2021
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Five days and counting until the big party!

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Please help in any way you can
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Five days and counting until the big party!

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Please help in any way you can
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Five days and counting until the big party!

www.theloveforlife.org

Please help in any way you can
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“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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