Taoact Foundation The Advancement Of Alternative Cancer Treatment
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1465 S King St Honolulu HI 96814 USA
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The TAOACT Foundation helped my husband when he had skin cancer. They provided the natural, alternative treatments that he was receiving and visited with us often to see how he was doing. Ki MiChele, the executive director of the foundation, had him help with a fund raiser for the foundation during one of the Christmas seasons. She provided the Santa outfit for him and he found the experience to be very rewarding. It is the belief of the foundation that to be involved in raising funds for ones own treatment is part of the natural healing process as it helps towards the balance of body, mind and spirit.
When my husband passed away last September, Ki MiChele, who is also an Hawaiian minister, performed a memorial ceremony for him on her cliff overlooking the sea at Maulua Bay. During the ceremony, an 'Io flew over and it is a belief that this royal hawk carries the spirit of our loved ones.
The TAOACT Foundation has been helping to raise funds and awareness for the alternative treatment of cancer and other degenerative diseases since 2000. This nonprofit, tax exempt organization has helped many people since it was first established and no one with the required documentation has ever been turned down when they have asked for help. One of the fund raisers of the foundation is "Friends Helping Friends." Friends and family of the person in need are notified of the purpose of the fund raiser and all donations made by them are tax exempt and are given to the person requesting help with the cost of alternative treatments. Since in part, the mission of the foundation is to seek alternative treatment through the connection of Body, Mind & Spirit, knowing that friends and family are willing to help with monetary assistance, the person in need is receiving emotional help as well which serves as part of the healing. This was attested to by one of the foundation's recipients Quentin “Sam” Holt.
This is shady to me. My gut feeling is it's a scam. Folks like Ki Michelle are taking advantage of this "Tax Curtain" and as a client, this disturbs me.
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