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No cash? No health insurance? No medical care. No medication.
At Rehema Home, we currently care for 96 babies, toddlers, kids, teens, and young adults between our two children's homes in Kenya. Many in our care are HIV-positive, and some come to us sick, neglected, malnourished, or abused. When our youth need routine or emergency medical care or medication, we want to make sure they receive it when they need it. Oftentimes in Kenya, money for medical care must be paid upfront and oftentimes without the help of health insurance.
We created the Harry Kimanzi Emergency Medical Fund to help cover the cost of medical expenses.
We're proactively building up our medical fund (much like a health savings account) so we can cover all of our medical expenses. On May 26, 2015, one of our beloved young adults, Harry Kimanzi, died unexpectedly due to cardiac complications. Harry was selfless, resilient, and joyful even when experiencing major health setbacks. In honor of his memory, we've chosen to name our medical fund after him. Watch his story below:
Be a medical hero. Donate so the youth at Rehema Home can receive medical care and medication.
You don't have to have a medical degree to be a medical hero. Your donation to our Harry Kimanzi Emergency Medical Fund helps cover the cost of a wide range of medical expenses: elective or emergency hospitalizations, routine or specialist clinic visits, elective or emergency surgeries, physical therapy sessions, medications, hearing aids, and more.
99%-For medical expenses.
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