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PHILIP HAYDEN FOUNDATION
The Philip Hayden Foundation's vision is to resurrect hope in the lives of special needs orphans of all ages by providing:
Shepherd's Field Childrens Village (SFCV)
- Security & love in their otherwise uncertain lives
- Family environments & facilitation of their permanent adoption
- Care for their medical, emotional, and educational needs
- Vocational & spiritual preparation for lives overflowing with purpose
For more information, please view their website: www.ChinaOrphans.org
The Romania Program focuses on institutionalized Romanian orphans and young adult orphans now living independently in northwest Romania.
The purpose of Impact Romania is to disciple and to develop Romanian orphans with integrity of heart and skill so that they grow in character and are able to influence the world.
For more information, please view their website: www.ITeams.ca
CBTF - CHILDREN'S BRAIN TUMOR FOUNDATION
Mission: Children’s Brain Tumor Foundation, a non-profit organization, was founded in 1988 by dedicated parents, physicians and friends. Our mission is to improve the treatment, quality of life and the long term outlook for children with brain and spinal cord tumors through research, support, education, and advocacy to families and survivors.
Information: Knowledge is critical for families to access expert care and ensure quality of life. Our free publication A Resource Guide for Parents of Children with Brain and Spinal Cord Tumors is now in its fourth edition, and is full of practical information to sort out the complexities of medical procedures, interruptions in school and social life, and uncertainty about the future. CBTF co-sponsors conferences for families, survivors and health care professionals, offering the latest information about research, treatments and strategies for living.
For more information visit: http://www.CBTF.org/
LIMA is one of the key sponsors of the CBTF. Without support from LIMA, its members and those in the licensing community, the Consortium will not be able to do its work. To date we have raised over 3.2M dollars to fund this important research.