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The activities of CWCFI are supported by voluntary donations given by our volunteers, individuals, corporations and other organizations without which our noble and lofty goals of improving the quality of lives of individuals cannot be achieved. We greatly appreciate their kind and generous donations.
To achieve our mission, CWCFI operates regular Free Public Wound Treatment Clinics (FPWTC) in and around Southern California; and in major hospitals in Lagos and other locations in Nigeria using modern wound treatment methods, equipment and supplies. The clinics are conducted by volunteer licensed medical professionals who mostly practice in the United States of America.
It is our aim to expand our current reach and make this valuable lifeline service available to more patients in more locations in Southern California and Nigeria.
To this end, we passionately solicit for and would gladly accept your donations in the form of checks, wound care supplies and mobility equipment.
We also continue to accept volunteer medical professionals as our clinic locations and frequency increase.
We believe that with healing hands like ours and generous hearts like yours, we’ll accomplish our mission.
How to Donate to CharityWCFI:
- Online donations
- with credit/debit cards
- Make a one-time donation without creating an account
- Create account to donate and log in to use existing profile to make monthly recurring donations
- Electronic bank transfer
- Check, Cashier’s Check or Money Order:
We want to thank you so much for any donation you can make and hope you can contribute in many ways to keep the Foundation active in assisting the wounded.
Donate from button at top, or send donation proceeds…
In Favor of:Charity Wound Care Foundation, Inc
10950 Arrow Rte; Unit 1938
Rancho Cucamonga, CA. 91729-1938
- Donate In Kind:
- Wound Treatment Supplies and OTC pain relievers.
- Donate Other (mobility Assistive) Medical Equipment
- List of Wound Care Supplies and Equipment needed
- Sponsor a Free Public Wound Treatment Clinic
- Sponsor a Patient:
Who may donate:
- Philanthropic Group/NGO
- Town Union/Association
- Department of Governmental