International Aid

“Maktub”, a film written and directed by our president Paco Arango, not only helped fund the Maktub Center for bone marrow transplantation at the Hospital Niño Jesús, but it also enabled the Fundación Aladina to participate in three significant international project, thanks to the movie’s revenue in Latin America, where it premiered under the name “Change of Plans.”

  • Fundación Casa de la Amistad

This foundation provides shelter to children, teens, and families dealing with cancer in Mexico City. Here, residents find a home in a safe and warm environment, which is the ideal place to help alleviate their hardships and suffering. Over the course of its 23 years of work, this foundation has helped over 6,500 children.

  • Asociación Californiana Contra el Cáncer Infatil (SUDCCAI)

Headquartered in La Paz, Baja California, this foundation extends a helping hand to families with limited resources by providing them with a place to stay during their child’s treatment. They have also launched a project to recycle aluminum, plastic, and cardboard to raise funds for cancer treatments.

  • Mi Gran Esperanza AC

This association provides material, economic, psychological, and health support to children suffering from cancer and their family members in hospitals in Guadalajara, Mexico. They are working on a project for the construction of a new hospital that will provide care for families with limited resources. It will include several operating rooms, 64 hospital beds, oncology units, transplant facilities, and emergency rooms.

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