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David William Feeney Fund Overview
The mission of this organization is to seek the world's worst misery - wherever it is: abused children, poor children with leukemia who cannot afford transplants or proper medicines, children from disintegrated families, the forgotten elderly and others who cannot fend for themselves and whom are placed in nursing homes and, most recently, people who live in dumps. Our longterm goal(s) is to build quality schools in order to educate these marginalized people.
Hit the streets of Torreon, Mexico, and fundraised for poor children with leukemia; paid the hospital bill for the parents of an eight-year-old girl who died of leukemia; purchased food, clean water, educational supplies, sports equipment, and board games for abused children living in a shelter in Torreon; clothed and fed people living in the Guatemala City Dump.
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Let's hope that this handsome guy, that reminds me of a movie-star gets the donations He needs to help these poor children all around the world and the forgotten elderly. When He told me the story of the little girl with leukemia who passed away in severe pain, begging for some pain relief, but ...
Other funds/organizations I've seen on this site have donors and are receiving money for their established institutions. This fund really needs money in the worst way. It's a shame that Mr. Feeney has given so much that he cannot even afford a website yet. In order to donate money contributors ...
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I met David Feeney several years ago when he was teaching in the Boston Public Schools. He would come into my store to fax applications to international schools in poor countries for the purpose of obtaining a job so that he could do humanitarian work with those poor in those countries. When we ...
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