Cancer Research, Cooley's Anemia & Mental Health

 
$4,965
$5,035
Raised
Remaining
Dec 23, 2010

UNICO Foundation Thankful for our Donors

The UNICO Foundation is ever so thankful that the donors chose to give funds to our worthy causes and help

us reach our goal for this project.

Cooley's Anemia effects mainly children of the Mediterranean region, Mental Health issues effect

a large population and Cancer effects almost everyone either directly or indirectly.

The UNICO Foundation awards The Jimmy "V" foundation $50,000 every year towards the research

of finding a cure for specific cancers, such as pancreati, lung and other cancers that take the lives

of our loved ones sometimes all to soon. Mental Health and Cooley's Anemia funds are given through

grants to Doctors, Hospitals and Mental Health facilities that care for those that are mentally handicapped.

The UNICO Foundation would like people everywhere to keep giving to our causes, any funds collected over

 our goal will be used in the same manner  to be given as grants and donations.

Once again thanks to all our donors and we wish them a Merry Christmas and a very Healthy and

Happy New Year!

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Organization

UNICO

Fairfield, NJ, United States
http://www.unico.org/index.html

Project Leader

Pat Pelonero

Fairfield, NJ United States

Where is this project located?

Map of Cancer Research, Cooley's Anemia & Mental Health