Brownstown, IN (PRWEB) September 16, 2013
The Disque Foundation recently launched a newly renovated website, http://www.disquefoundation.org. Optimized for premium usability, the redesigned website streamlines the visitor’s browsing experience while increasing overall convenience. In an effort to facilitate the generous act of giving, the Disque Foundation website is also now able to accept donations through PayPal to aid the foundation’s mission to bring healthcare to underprivileged countries.
“The Disque Foundation’s primary mission is to bring advanced health care education to the impoverished, both domestic and abroad, through the avenue of technology,” Dr. Karl Disque, Co-Founder said. Their largest worldwide effort involves providing the underserved with training in life saving skills. The Disque Foundation works to provide aid in Ethiopia, Pueblito de Costa Rica, and Haiti. The foundation is also proud to support the Chicago chapter of the Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC).
In addition, the Disque Foundation recently joined forces with National Healthcare Provider Solutions(NHCPS), the leading provider of online life saving training, in support of the Save a Life Initiative. The Save a Life Initiative works to improve health care education around the globe. All NHCPS proceeds are donated towards advancing the mission, and providing life support training to impoverished areas. Each online certification and recertification course purchased through the NHCPS website allows for the spread of vital training to more areas in need.
The Disque Foundation is a nonprofit constantly seeking out new opportunities to provide healthcare knowledge to those who need it. To get involved, visit the website here.
The Disque Foundation was created to inspire others to live inspired lives! Our primary mission is to advance health care education to the underserved both domestic and abroad, through the use of technology. We are constantly seeking out new opportunities to provide health care education for underdeveloped and underprivileged areas. The Disque Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit.