It has been brought to the Management’s attention that fraudsters are transferring funds from personal accounts and claiming that it is a CFACH transaction. We would like to inform you that any ACH transfer purporting to be from CFACH is a fraudulent transaction. If this happens to you, please put a stop to the transaction and immediately report it to the police. Also, please call CFACH at 855-887-5228. CFACH has not authorized anyone to conduct ACH transfers on its behalf. Thank you.
What we were able to do in 2020 even with the COVID-19 pandemic
“Even with the COVID-19 pandemic, Care for a Child’s Heart Kept Going!!
CFACH supported 9 surgery operations – one in Kenya, six in Tanzania and two in India! In addition we conducted 56 medical reviews and provided medicine for 22 patients.”
Our Mission is to facilitate and coordinate medical support programs for marginalized children affected by heart disease.
CFACH Chairman Solomon Musyimi met his goal of running 2020Km in 2020 and raised $26,000 to make a difference in the lives of children with a congenital heart disease/defect in Kenya!
We sent 20 CFACH back packs to Nairobi to be distributed to our patients at the Family Support Center. Each back pack included medications and supplies they need.
CFACH’s hearts for Kids program is supported by individuals, families, foundations, businesses, churches and organizations from across the country. Gifts of all sizes are helping the Hearts for Kids program have a positive effect on the lives of children in need and their families. We hope you will join us by making a donation today.
Amira is 10 months old. She is the second born of three siblings. Since birth, she had recurrent chest infections, fast heart beats and poor weight gain.
She was diagnosed with a large Perimembranous Ventricular Septal defect (VSD) – a hole between the two lower chambers her heart- and needed corrective heart surgery. Her parents learnt of Care For A Child’s Heart through a past beneficiary.
She underwent a successful heart surgery in Tanzania at Jakaya Kikwete Hospital on 30th December 2020
Seven-year-old George is an orphan and the first born of two siblings. He lives under the care of his aunt, Gertrude.
In 2019 he was diagnosed with Double Outlet Right Ventricle with Large Subaortic Ventricular Septal Defect and severe pulmonary valve stenosis. George underwent a successful a corrective open heart surgery at the Jakaya Kikwete Heart Institute in Tanzania on 20th May 2021
One-year-old baby Omar is the only child in his family. He had frequent episodes of pneumonia since birth. Upon further investigation, he was diagnosed with a large Ventricular Septal Defect (VSD) – a large hole between the two lower chambers his heart- at seven months of age.
Omar’s parents were referred to Care For A Child’s Heart (CFACH) by past beneficiaries. He had a successful surgery at Miot Hospital in India on 11th November, 2020. He is doing well.