Youth-focused nonprofit The Save-A-Youth Foundation has launched a drive to raise funds to assist three Jamaican children with dialysis treatment.
According to JIS News, the Foundation’s venture will assist with providing dialysis treatment for the kidney patients over a six months period.
The support is among two major initiatives that the non-profit organisation intends to undertake in 2016, the report stated. The other venture is a national blood drive to benefit hospitals.
The year-old Foundation, which aims to utilise charitable funds to help youth in their social, physical, and psychological health, was launched by the North Jamaica Conference of Seventh-day Adventists in July 2014. The Foundation was spearheaded by Pastor Omar Oliphant, and has since been adopted by the Youth and Communication Departments of churches.
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