The cause of Medical Care in Underdeveloped Countries is for those children who are born with cleft.
(PRWEB) August 12, 2012
Mitchell Vazquez, an enthusiastic philanthropic donor, offers aid to the cause of Medical Care in Underdeveloped Countries. As a product of public school system he has the experience and empathize those children with great promise but limited means.
The cause of Medical Care in Underdeveloped Countries is for those children who are born with cleft. Their mission is to help every child anywhere in the world and give them the opportunity to live a full, productive life. Being born with a cleft in a developing country is truly a curse. Most cannot eat or speak properly. Aren’t allowed to attend school or hold a job. This cause makes it possible for every single child with a cleft to go through surgery that costs as little as $250 and takes as little as 45 minutes.
Smile Train Foundation has helped many around the world including Brazil, Cambodia, China, Egypt, Ethiopia, Nigeria, Vietnam and many more. Smile Train provides free cleft surgery to hundreds of thousands of poor children in developing countries.
Mitch Vazquez is active in philanthropy who does not take influences for granted. His family did not have the means to fund his education, so he financed it himself through a scholarship, student loans, and part time work. Priscilla Ma, the Executive Director of Smile Train, was very much grateful for the support offered by Mitch Vazquez.
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