Thursday, December 10, 2015

Happy Holidays...Give hope...Give Love...Give Generously...

Holiday Message from the President, Scott Hamilton and Founder, Verne Chaney...

There is no better time than the holidays to express our sincere appreciation for your generous and loyal support for our international medical aid programs.  Your gifts continue to provide urgently needed care to thousands of people living in the most remote corners of the world.

We would like to take take this opportunity to update you on one of our most successful and fulfilling aid programs.  Dooley Intermed’s  ongoing support of  the Orphange  in the Sankkhu Valley of Nepal is providing orphaned children with a loving home, nutritious food, clothing and a quality education. Most of all we provide the children with a bright new future, filled with possibilities. Great news!  Your support has enabled us to take in six additional homeless and abandoned children and we will soon be bringing in four more children, whose parents were lost in the devastating Nepal earthquake. They will soon join our family of happy kids at the orphanage which will bring the total to twenty five children…their lives will change dramatically because of you!

On behalf of all the people we serve, the poor, the homeless, the forgotten, and especially the children, the Dooley Intermed Board of Directors and staff wish you and your loved ones a Merry Christmas and a happy and healthy New Year!

With sincere thanks for your support,

Scott W. Hamilton, MBA, COT                                                                Verne Chaney, MD, FACS
President and Director of Programs                                                          Founder

AirIntermed Update...

This past September, the AirIntermed program was revived by Dooley Intermed in partnership with Airline Ambassadors International (AAI) headquartered in Washington, D.C. Airline personnel will participate in programs devoted to improving health conditions for the people of Nepal.

Airline volunteers will be working at the Eco-Farm Home for Orphaned Children Volunteer Service Program in the Sankkhu-Sharada Village, Nepal in cooperation with Mission Himalaya, Kathmandu.

Above...This past November, our second set of AirIntermed volunteers, Romy Skaper and Lynden Kosub enjoying their time spent with the children at the orphanage during the Dewali Festival.  

Stringing garland for the Dewali Festival

Please visit our website for updates on all our programs ... any amount donated to our medical aid programs is greatly appreciated....


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