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Brother's Brother Foundation

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1200 Galveston Ave Pittsburgh PA 15233 USA


The mission of Brother''s Brother Foundation is to promote international health and education through the efficient and effective distributuion and provision of donated medical, educational, agricultural and other resources. All BBF programs are designed to fulfill its mission by connecting people''s resources with people''s needs. 


INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN PROGRAM: BBF receives a variety of humanitarian donations including new shoes and clothing from U.S. manufacturers. In addition to prompt disaster response, BBF provides ongoing requested humanitarian donations through in-country partner agencies.

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Rating: 5 stars  

As a previous board member and a physician with mission experience in Haiti, I was extremely impressed with BBF commitment in obtaining donated materials/medications. At that time (about 12 yrs ago) they were working out of a very basic facility, yet still managed amazing results. I watched as they expanded to a much improved site while still maintaining a remarkable efficient program. Their ongoing low administrative expense profile reflects the heart of the group and, in particular, Dr. Luke Hingson. His sort of folksy style hides a deep sense of care to providing for so many in need throughout the world. In spite of moving away from Pittsburgh 7 years ago, I never miss a chance to continue my financial support knowing that my efforts will be rewarded to those in need. I encourage anyone who is uncertain on where to give support to strongly consider this gem in the non-profit world.

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