A Vital Mission

In Tigray, many defense force members have sustained injuries that require specific medical attention and resources – resources that are currently in short supply. Recognizing this urgent need, the Hunt Foundation’s program focuses on supplying Stoma bags, along with comprehensive training on their use and maintenance. These efforts are aimed at significantly improving the quality of life for these brave individuals, ensuring they receive the essential care and support needed for their rehabilitation and day-to-day living.

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Your Contribution Makes a Difference

  • Medical supplies: Your donations will help us provide Stoma bags, a crucial item for many injured defense personnel, improving their quality of life.
  • Training and education: Contributions also support the training of both medical staff and injured individuals in the use and maintenance of these medical supplies, fostering independence and recovery.
  • Ongoing support: Your support extends beyond immediate needs, helping to ensure the long-term care and rehabilitation of these heroes.


How You Can Help

The success of this program relies heavily on the generosity of people like you. Here’s how you can contribute:

  • Make a donation: Every dollar you donate goes directly toward purchasing medical supplies and funding the training programs for the defense forces in Tigray.
  • Spread the word: Share information about this initiative with your network to help raise awareness and garner more support.
  • Volunteer: If you have medical or training expertise, consider volunteering your time to assist in this program.
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Join Us in a Noble Cause

Your involvement can bring hope and much-needed assistance to the injured in Tigray. Together, we can ensure that the wounded have the care and support they deserve as they work towards recovery. Become a part of this vital mission. Your donation, no matter the size, can make a real difference in the lives of those who have served their region. Let’s stand together with the injured in the Tigray region.

The Hunt FoundationA History of Service

Spine specialists Drs. Gabriel and Leonel Hunt established the Hunt Foundation. The Foundation has a distinguished history marked by a profound commitment to global healthcare initiatives. One of the Foundation’s most impactful endeavors is its support for the STOMA Campaign, a targeted program to aid individuals in need of stoma care, particularly in regions with limited medical resources. This initiative underscores the Foundation’s ethos of delivering not just medical aid but comprehensive care that addresses the holistic needs of communities.

From its inception, the Foundation was driven to extend the reach of medical expertise beyond traditional boundaries, bringing hope and healing to underserved populations. The STOMA Campaign is a prime example of this mission in action. Recognizing the challenges faced by individuals requiring stoma care, the Hunt brothers mobilized resources and expertise to provide essential supplies, like Stoma bags, and crucial training for their maintenance and use. This program has been particularly vital in areas where access to such specialized medical care is scarce.

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Bringing Hope to World Communities Through Service

The Hunt Foundation’s work is rooted in a deep understanding of the complex healthcare needs in different regions of the world. Through their dedication to initiatives like the Stoma Campaign, the Hunt brothers and their Foundation have not only improved the quality of life for many but also set a precedent for holistic, compassionate healthcare delivery. Their ongoing commitment to such causes continues to inspire and attract support from across the globe, driving positive change in the world of healthcare.

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Align with our mission to create lasting change. Your involvement can power our global initiatives, bringing hope and progress to communities in need.

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