Palestine Children's Relief Fund
Rating: 4.97 stars 69 69 reviews 1,793
PO Box 1926 Kent OH 44240 USA
The Palestine Children's Relief Fund is a registered non-political, non-profit, 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization that was established in 1991 by concerned people in the U.S. to address the medical and humanitarian crisis facing Palestinian youths in the Middle East.
provide sick and injured kids with the specialized medical care that isn't available to them locally.
Geographic areas served:
Palestine, Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, Jordan
Free medical treatment for injured and sick children from the middle east, providing medical services to over 4,000 children during the year ended december 31, 2014.
development of a pediatric oncology department at a local hospital in palestine to care for children with cancer in that region and other programs administered in the gaza region.
other programs & missions.
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through the PCRF; I knew I was capable of doing something to those who were in need even though I was not an influential character; a millionaire or a doctor. I was an ordinary person who is capable of adding something of value to lives of others.
I've been following PCR and their amazing work for a while now. I am overwhelmed with the unselfish work they do providing excellent medical care and humanitarian aid for sick and injured children, regardless of nationality or religion. I share their stories with family and friends every chance I get. PCR is a true example of the humanity each of us should have.
PCRF is the premier organization providing medical care to the children of the Middle East. The organization and grass roots funding for pcrf is phenomenal. I have served on medical missions with the organization, and I am a member of the Chicago chapter. I love everything about PCRF, and I am honored to be a part of such an extraordinary organization!
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Before I started volunteering for the PCRF I didn't believe in Humanitarian organizations. The PCRF has changed my life completely. Their only goal is to help provide care and heal every child in the Middle East. I have seen children's life change for the better
Please continue to support this amazing organization
I became involved with PCRF when I was in university, and have been involved for years now. It is a great organization to support because it has local chapters across the world, meaning that it not only has a grassroots component, but that anyone can join. It is a great way to become familiar with your local community while making the world a better place. PCRF is an honest organization that has received 4 stars from Charity Navigator for years due to the fact that your money actually goes to what you donate it to: their mission to help sick kids in the Middle East. It is my favorite charity hands down.
A sui generis foundation with a cause that goes above and beyond mere charitable support. It is a foundation that aims for funding humanity through collective benevolence, love and care.
I have been on medical missions for PCRF and they do exactly what they say they do and so much more. Amazing people doing amazing work for the most beautiful children in the world.
Whenever a friend of mine is in a charitable mood and asks for a recommendation of a worthy recipient, I always respond with four letters- PCRF. They are transparent, efficient, friendly, and do great work. They always provide updates on how your contributions are being used, and make you feel connected and inspired in their actions- helping children!
They are providing excellent medical care and humanitarian aid for sick and injured children, regardless of nationality or religion.
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Life changing charity to many kids in need. Regardless of their race, religion, nationality or age PCRF is dedicated to help children that are either a victim of war or born with a congenital disease , deformity or illness . PCRF changed so many kids lives to the better and will continue to do so. It was very touching to me to see what they have done so far and it was a life changing experianceً.
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Get as many supporters as I can to make PCRF stronger so they can continue their humanitarian mission.
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