Spinal Injury Patients
In 2013, India had the most spinal cord injured people in the world, with 3.8 million people living with the injury. The largest number of spinal cord injury people in India are in Uttar Pradesh, which had 1.9 million people living with spinal cord injury in 2013. People with Spinal Cord Injuries often experience problems with movement, sensation, and breathing. Despite advances in medical care, the underprivileged lack treatment due to financial issues.
What makes VAAG health unique?
As a nonprofit organization, we recognize the importance of our donors in providing assistance to the needy. As a way of strengthening our bond with you, we show you how your donations are being used in the lives of the needy through photos and videos that will be shared with you for life irrespective of the duration of your donation. We provide you with these proofs to give a sense of how your donations are being used. You will also get a 100% refund if for any reason you are not satisfied with the use of your donation.
There are many people in India who do not have enough to eat. Many of these families depend on donations from individuals and groups to help them survive. There is no question that donating is important to those who care about making a difference in the lives of the needy.
The VAAG health foundation is established to help these underprivileged people get access to the treatments they need and support them through donations from the community. The VAAG health foundation works to provide treatment for spinal cord injuries and helps secure funding for those who cannot afford it on their own. The foundation provides financial assistance to patients with spinal cord injuries, who are not able to afford the treatment on their own.
Through your donations, you can not only change a patient’s life but the life of an entire family.
One reason is that it is clear that even small donations can make a big difference in the lives of the poor. VAAG makes sure that in order to make a real impact on the lives of the poor, donor funding should go directly to the needs of the poor.