Los Angeles, California — Health-e-Charity, a 501c(3) non-profit founded in 2017, today announced a partnership with Manny Pacquiao Foundation, the charity named and founded on behalf of future Hall of Fame boxer, Manny Pacquiao. The new partnership will launch Phase Two of Bodhi Connect in the Philippines, where a team of volunteer doctors and nurses abroad can reach otherwise remote places with the assistance of virtual meetings and mobile devices. The initiative equips volunteers on the ground with mobile devices and allows medical professionals from across the world to meet virtually with villagers. In February 2023, Health-e-Charity will be traveling to the Philippines on a medical mission to run a mobile clinic.
“Bodhi can achieve something never done before, which is to allow U.S. physicians to incorporate charitable work without having to buy a plane ticket or take time off work and leave home,” said Health-e-Charity’s CEO Carlo Reyes, MD, Esq.
This unique partnership allows for engagement and coordinated medical care with other NGOs throughout the Philippines with Health-e-Charity providing charitable medical donations, while allowing Health-e-Charity to expand its care network.