Cancer Recovery Foundation International partners with qualified hospitals and medical clinics in developing countries.
One of the Cancer Recovery Foundation International’s core beliefs is that “. . . we are our brothers (and sisters) keepers.” It’s a direct response to the question posed in the story of Cain and Abel found in the book of Genesis.
The Foundation provides cancer pharmaceuticals, supporting medicines, medical supplies and medical equipment to our partner healthcare providers in developing countries. This aid is given with the full understanding and agreement that the healthcare organizations who receive these donations will provide cancer treatment and follow-up care at no cost to the poor and indigent.
In partnership with for-profit healthcare companies who graciously donate medicines, medical equipment and medical supplies, the Cancer Recovery Foundation then supplies these gifts at no cost to our partners.
This “gift-in-kind” concept is similar to how food banks receive donations and serve their clients.
In addition to the medicines, the Foundation provides translated educational materials on nutrition, cancer prevention and cancer survival.
Cancer Missions is central to the Foundation’s mission to help all people prevent and survive cancer.
Your gifts at work in Honduras
The Honduran healthcare system is overwhelmed. Patients often go without proper cancer treatment and follow-up care. CRFI continues to provide select hospital partners with pharmaceuticals and medical supplies.
Chemotherapy infusion at Hospital San Felipe in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.