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Caring in Crisis: Teaching Emergency Care Skills

$1,341
5%
Raised toward our $23,848 Goal
8 Donors
Project has ended
Project ended on December 31, at 11:59 PM PST
Project Owners

Adrian

Flores

$100

Oct 15, 2018

Amit

Gajera

Undisclosed Amount

Oct 06, 2018

Brad

Erickson

$100

Oct 05, 2018

Julie

Martino

Undisclosed Amount

Oct 03, 2018

Milissa

Sinnett

$100

Oct 03, 2018

Andrea Tenner

In Honor of Joan Tennre

$220

Oct 03, 2018

Karin Halvorson

In Honor of UIC IM/EM

Undisclosed Amount

Oct 03, 2018

Anonymous

$65

Oct 01, 2018
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$20

One BEC Manual

With a $20 donation, one BEC manual can be printed and bound so that the provider can make notes, learn, and keep the information to reference in the patient care area if needed.

$55

Instructor for a day

The local doctors and nurses that teach this course have to take time away from their jobs and so don't get paid. By paying them a small stipend, we allow them to share their passion for emergency care with others while still being able to provide for their families. $55 will allow one instructor to teach for one day.

$110

Train the trainers

The local doctors and nurses that teach this course have to take time away from their jobs and so don't get paid. In order to make this project more sustainable, we want to teach more people to be instructors for this course so that they can keep this up after we leave. $110 will pay for one instructor to attend this 2-day training of trainers course.

$200

A place to learn

In order to hold the course and have enough space to practice skills, we have to rent a site large enough to accommodate each class. $200 will rent the space for one day.

$320

Books for everyone!

$320 will allow us to print books for the one course as well as the instructors' manuals

$1,500

Keep 'em learning!

The local doctors and nurses that participate in this course have to take time away from their jobs and so don't get paid. By paying them a small stipend, we allow them to complete the full course while still being able to provide for their families. $1,500 will cover stipends for the participants for one course for the week.

$5,000

Emergency Care Angel

Your donation will cover all expenses for the instructors to be trained as well as teach for the week. Your generosity has the potential to impact hundreds of future trainees and thousands of future patients. You are truly a life-saver!