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

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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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If you are unable to attend, a donation is welcome addressed to

NEFAI
PO BOX 511
Gales Ferry CT 06335
United States
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Check out our website:www.the love forlife.org
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Please join us for a night of cheer and celebration for a good cause

If you are unable to attend, a donation is welcome addressed to

NEFAI
PO BOX 511
Gales Ferry CT 06335
United States
Memo:Love for Life

Check out our website:www.the love forlife.org

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One of our first medical missions. Dr Datu on the far left Mrs Datu on the far right of the picture
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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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“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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