The FutureNet Foundation started cooperation with Genesis Foundation from India

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The FutureNet Foundation started cooperation with the next foundation! This time it’s the Genesis Foundation, founded in India.

Genesis Foundation facilitates medical treatment for critically ill under-privileged children suffering with Congenital Heart Defects (CHD). The support required in the said critical illness varies from specific surgeries (including neonatal), Cath Lab Interventions, along with recovery and recuperation post surgery.

Genesis Foundation so far, has supported medical treatment of over 1600+ critically ill children. The children supported by the Foundation belong to families with an income of less than Rs 10,000 per month and the parents and caregivers are unable to afford treatment of these children.

What Genesis Foundation Do:

  • HOPE – This programme identifies children who are in need of urgent medical attention and works directly with their families, doctors, and guardians.
  • CARE – Under this programme, we seek to build a network of doctors, hospitals, and pharmaceutical companies, committed to saving the lives of critically ill, underprivileged children and work with them to provide medical support to GF beneficiaries.
  • GIVE – This programme focuses on fund-raising initiatives. It is uniquely designed and aimed at building a community committed to awareness, collaboration, and participation of individual and institutional stakeholders – through events, CSR programmes, donations, and crowd-sourcing.
  • LEARN – We have built a repository of current and valuable information around our area of health that we focus on and work closely with i.e. Congenital Heart Defects.

For more information on Genesis Foundation, visit their WEBSITE!

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