The Corona Virus know no boundaries.
Our children need to receive the care we promise them!
We desperately need your help during this time of crisis. We appreciate any donation you can give.
Thank You/Muchas Gracias
The Burned Children Foundation, a private nonprofit established in the US in 1998. Your donation may be deducted from your federal income tax according to COANIQUEM BCF tax exempt status – Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Sponsor a Child: One of the most meaningful ways to support the work of COANIQUEM is to sponsor the treatment of one of COANIQUEM’s young patients. Each sponsor will receive progress reports, getting this way an update of the rehabilitation process.If you would like to sponsor a child, the cost for rehabilitation, room and board, education and all necessary compression clothing is about $1000 per year. $700 covers the cost of the rehabilitation and $300 covers the cost of education. You can support these costs on a monthly basis of $85/$60 or $25 per month, depending on the level of sponsorship you choose. You can sponsor a child by downloading our application form or can can arrange this online by clicking on the donate button on this page.
We gladly accept donations in any amount.To donate to COANIQUEM on our website please enter your details and then press “Donate” . When you see the Paypal page, please enter the amount you wish to donate. You can set this up to be a recurring donation at that time, if you so choose.
Donate by Check!
COANIQUEM BCF also welcomes cash contributions in any amount. Checks may be made out to COANIQUEM BCF and mailed to the following address:
Carolyn Schuetz, Treasurer/Director
29 Palm Beach Lane, Alameda CA 94502
Disclosure for the State of Florida: A copy of the official registration and financial information may be obtained from the Division of Consumer Services by calling toll free within the State. Registration does not imply endorsement, approval or recommendation by the State. The toll free number is800-435-7532 or visit the website at FloridaConsumerHelp.com