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San Francisco General Hospital Foundation

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2789 25th St Ste 2028 San Francisco CA 94110 USA


The San Francisco General Hospital Foundation is dedicated to improving the care and comfort of patients at the San Francisco General Hospital Medical Center. The Foundation has raised more than $15 million since its founding in 1994 benefitting low income patients at SFGHMC.


The San Francisco General Hospital Foundation currently raises funds to support San Francisco and northern San Mateo Counties' only Level 1 Trauma Center; pediatric programs like the Bay Area Perinatal AIDS Center, the Child and Adolescent Sexual Abuse Resource Center; programs for low-income women with breast cancer, the Women's Options Center; HIV/AIDS care; Vulnerable Populations; The Orthopaedics Trauma Center of Excellence; renovations to the multi-faith chapel; cancer care; the construction of a helipad at SFGHMC; and other urgent needs at the Hospital.

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This review is for the CARE program within San Francisco General Hospital. The CARE program manages the Araceli Theater Project, which is a drama therapy program for cancer survivors. Through drama classes, survivors heal and learn to express their stories. They engage their imagination and voice, in a safe community setting. The plays are valuable to the community, because they bring forth issues and allow the audience to better understand what others are going through.

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