It’s official, The Q Foundation for Kids, a 501c3 charity, is now registered as an approved charity on the “Go Fund Me” website. This brings with it great opportunities for fundraising for the Q Foundation through a social media platform. Chairman Gary Bergenske said, “Individuals can now start their own Go Fund Me as
Over the past year the Q Foundation for Kids has been very busy despite the pandemic caused by COVID 19 that stopped face to face meetings most of the year. The Q Foundation Board and many of its committees continued to meet monthly by way of Zoom and conference calls. This proved to be productive.
Our fun, games, and fellowship may have come to a halt due to COVID 19 these past few months, but your Q Foundation for Kids® has been active, not missing a beat. Over the summer months the Foundation has participated in supporting the costs of an Air-Ambulance for 3 critically burned children. These efforts are
The Q Foundation for Kids® Latin America has completed its housing rooms for patients in Mexico City and the first two families are utilizing the new facilities. When patients travel from Latin America to receive medical care at Shriners Hospitals for Children – Mexico City often lodging for their family becomes a challenge. The Q
The Q foundation for Kids® provided funds to assist in the cost of transporting two Mexican children by way of an Air-Ambulance this past week. Time is of the essence when a child is burned to achieve the best outcomes. These two children arrived at the Shriners Hospitals for Children-Galveston where they will receive world
The George and Thelma Paraskevaides Foundation for the past 40 years has established a collaboration with the Shriners Hospital for Children in Springfield. Through this collaboration, children from Cyprus and the surrounding Mediterranean area are able to receive life-changing surgery and treatment for serious orthopedic condition. Part of our mission is to assist these children
Recently I was contacted by a representative of Abou Saad Shriners in Panama with a request for $7,500 to be used towards the cost to transport an eight-year-old male burned patient to the Shriners Hospital in Galveston. Immediately we sent them the Grant Request form to be filled out. This was done and returned quickly.