Generous People is a community mobilized by The Heart Fund to raise international awareness and help fund field activities. It is a movement of individuals from the art and the entrepreneurial worlds that seek to establish health justice for the most disadvantaged communities.
By giving The Heart Fund their time and talents, our volunteers have been helping us shape a world where everyone, everywhere, has access to care and health education.
The first Heart Mobile will travel throughout Côte d'Ivoire in partnership with the Didier Drogba Foundation and will enable screening tens of thousands of children. The Heart Mobile will continue its journey through ten countries around the Gulf of Guinea.
Established in 2010 by pediatric cardiac surgeon Dr. David LUU, The Heart Fund (THF) is an international non-profit organization dedicated to democratizing access to cardiovascular care and health education, and to advancing cardiology research and practice in low- and middle- income countries. From last mile delivery (smart ecosystem The Heart Mobile™) to corrective surgery and epidemiological research, THF has been developing innovative and culturally-relevant solutions to better prevent, assess, and manage chronic diseases in low-resource settings.
The Heart Fund was granted the United Nations - ECOSOC Special Consultative Status in 2018 and has been working with international development agencies (UN, WHO, PAHO, OCHA, PADF), governments, medical companies, as well as with local and international partners of civil society. It is a member of the World Heart Federation and has offices in Paris, Abidjan, and New York City.
c/o NYC Surgical 14 East 60th Street, Suite 501, New York, NY 10022
Delaware corporation & 501 (c) (3)
83 rue de Dunkerque - 75009 Paris
Fonds de dotation déclaré à la
préfecture de Paris. Publié au JO du 28 août 2010 sous le n°20100035 régi par loi n° 2008-776 du 4 août 2008 de modernisation de l’économie.
Comptes audités par le cabinet Deloitte.
Cité Atlantide 2
Route de Bassam