Pilots donate time and money for free air travel on private aircraft for the poor or those too ill for regular flights.
Today, the medical profession recognizes the value of art — music, drawing, sculpting, and writing — in the healing or palliative care of a wide variety of patients: the chronically or terminally ill, the disabled, the neurologically impaired, and the mentally challenged.
Improving the quality of life of HIV-infected children, particularly those who are economically disadvantaged, is the mission of several organizations that are donating their time, efforts, and financial resources to help these youngsters cope with their disease.
Several organizations are promoting awareness of meningitis and its grave, sometimes life-threatening consequences.
For many blind people, money is the only obstacle to restoring their vision.
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