The Fusenot Foundation

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Disease & Cancer Awareness, Support & Research

The Fusenot Foundation aides organizations that provide awareness, support and/or research of disease and cancer.

MISSION  

The Center for Oncology in Pediatrics (COP) Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non‐profit organization dedicated to saving children’s lives, reducing illness, pain, and preventable death for those who suffer from cancer and live in the Cali‐Baja Mega Region. We raise donations and provide funding to fully pay for treatment to financially challenged families who deal with this deadly disease. Additionally, we strive to bring awareness to the plight of sick children who are in need of financial assistance to survive childhood cancer. All funds raised by the COP Foundation directly benefit the children and families being attended at The Centro Oncológico Pediátrico de Baja California, A. C., located in the city of Tijuana, Baja California, México.


“On behalf of all of us at the Center for Oncology in Pediatrics Foundation as well as over 1,430 children and their families we have served at the COP Medical Center, we kindly extend our warmest hearts and extreme gratefulness to the Georges and Germaine Fusenot Charity Foundation for their very generous contributions. These funds greatly assist us in continuing to treat and save children’s lives suffering from cancer on a daily basis. Your philanthropic generosity had made an immediate impact on many children’s lives as we provide them with full medical treatment free of any charge thanks funding received from foundations such as yours. We look forward to working together with you for many years to come”.

Stephen G. Saunderson, President 

Center for Oncology in Pediatrics Foundation

Board Member for The Centro Oncologico Pediatrico de Baja California, A. C. and The Fundacion Castro Limon

MISSION STATEMENT

Nine Girls Ask? mission is to provide monetary assistance for advancement of valuable research leading to a screening test for early detection, and a cure for ovarian cancer; raising much needed funds for treatment for women facing the challenges of recurrence; raising awareness of signs and symptoms of ovarian cancer and offering “one-on-one” patient outreach for women in all stages of treatment. “Together, we are making a difference!”


"We are forever grateful for your support and most of all believing in our mission."

Joan Wyllie, CEO & Founder

Nine Girls Ask?

We at the National Cheers Foundation believe in “Celebrating Life through Life’s Celebrations.” It is our mission to empower women to live life with vitality, free from the five primary health threats, which are heart disease, mental illness, cancer, osteoporosis and autoimmune diseases. We intend to raise funds in support of organizations that endeavor to help women improve their lives through care, health, education, empowerment, research and support.


“With heartfelt thanks and overwhelming gratitude, the National Cheers Foundation thanks the Fusenot Foundation for their generous contribution. We look forward to a long partnership supporting women’s health.”

Anseth Richards, Founder & President

The National Cheers Foundation

MISSION

Our mission is to save lives by transforming cancer prevention, detection and care. Our vision is to make personalized cancer medicine a reality by creating, translating and disseminating exceptional cancer science and medicine.


“Congratulations to the Georges and Germaine Fusenot Charity Foundation for 50 years of philanthropic impact. Your support has enabled the Moores Cancer Center at UC San Diego Health to complete groundbreaking research projects on promising treatments, like immunotherapy, and advance new therapies for patients battling melanoma. With over 6,000 patients treated at Moores Cancer Center each year, it is organizations like yours that allow for novel therapies to be moved from the laboratory bench to our patients’ bedsides faster than ever before. On behalf of the patients, physicians, nurses, researchers and administrators at Moores Cancer Center, thank you for your incredible generosity.”

David A. Brenner, MD, Vice Chancellor 

UC San Diego Health Sciences and 

Dean of UC San Diego School of Medicine