Health Help Project Inc
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International, Philanthropy, Religion
PO Box 557912 Miami FL 33255 USA
Health Help Project was founded in 1996, incorporated in 2001 as a non Profit organization. HHP grew out of the need of countless Cuban families needing medical supplies and basic medicines. Over the last 5 years, we have donated medicines to Cuba, medical equipment and supplies to Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Guatemala, Dominican Rep and Nigeria plus others. Our goal is to care for the uncared for. To help the needy! We are all volunteer workers and expenses are mostly paid out of pocket.
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