Global Cure is an entirely youth-run non-profit organization dedicated to improving healthcare worldwide . Our goal is to fundraise for hospital infrastructure and raise awareness for the wide disparities within healthcare. Many individuals perish from simple diseases such as Malaria all because of the fact that they simply lack the access to proper medical care. Thus, by creating a system in which we could help “youth help others”, we are not only be help supply those in urgent need of medical care with help, but also empower the youth to bring a positive difference via volunteerism.
Furthermore, Health Care is absolutely imperative for everyone around the globe, yet as mentioned before, many individuals lack access to proper medical care. Our goal at Global Cure is to help provide proper healthcare for everyone without discrimination and combat the varying disparities within the medical system. By advocating, and administering projects in these areas, we hope to inspire not only the youth, but to also uphold the notion that medical care is a absolute necessity for all.
Global Cure heavily emphasizes the empowerment of youth in order to combat the disparities that exist within the healthcare system. Majority of our volunteers are youth. As such, by creating a system in which I could help “youth help others”, we not only supply those in urgent need of medical care with help, but also empower the youth to bring a positive difference via volunteerism. Furthermore, Global Cure also encourages the youth to take their own action against our cause as well by initiating school chapters through which youth leaders are able to organize their own fundraisers for our projects.
How We Share The Money We Receive
We Are Glad To Share How We Distribute The Donated Money Because You Should Know Where The Funds Are Going To
Construction of the new Teck Acute Care Centre Child Health BC
Genetics research and pediatric oncology endowments Diabetes research at the hospital and research institute. A broad range of other areas of donor interest, including cardiac sciences, nephrology, mental health and orthopedics, to name a few
Childhood diseases – including childhood cancer and blood research, diabetes, immunity in health and disease, and rare diseases Healthy Starts, Evidence to Innovation, and Brain, Behavior & Development research themes Centre for Molecular Medicine and Therapeutics
Research administration, infrastructure, and research platforms
A broad range of child-specific medical equipment was purchased, including acute ventilators; a spirometer for testing respiratory disease; and a hockey stick ultrasound probe, used for examining small internal body parts and blood flow within veins.
Including the Quality Resource Centre, the Centre for International Child Health, clinical fellowships, and other special projects.
Equipment and capital needs, compassionate care for children, the Child Development & habilitation Evidence Centre, fellowships and education, quality improvement projects and clinical technology.
Meet the passionate, young individuals who are driving this initiative forward.
Arman is a second-year honours student at Simon Fraser University, studying business and computer science. He has respectable experience with non-profits and charitable organizations, working on the board of directors for many of them. He co-founded the organization Global Cure with the intention of being able to provide equitable health care internationally, while involving youth to create change in the community. He hopes to involve youth in the process of raising awareness of medical disparities around the world.
Sohat is an ardent, and ambitious second-year student at the University of British Columbia who founded Global Cure in an effort to raise awareness for healthcare, while also simultaneously involving the youth in this endeavor. After realizing the difference that Hospitals can make in transforming the lives of individuals inflicted with severe illnesses, Sohat learned that healthcare is a salient facet of society. With this in mind, Global Cure was founded. Outside of Global Cure, Sohat has also founded a club dedicated to raising funds for the Canadian Cancer Society at his school, and he also works with many other non-profits such as CACTES Association and STEM Fellowship at an executive level. Furthermore, he enjoys reading and lifting “heavy” barbells at the gym. This year, Sohat is ecstatic with working with an amazing board of directors and hopes to show that with unity, we can make a difference in battling the disparities within our healthcare system.
Premvir is a second- year student at the University of British Columbia. Currently, he is involved with two Surrey Youth councils as well as other two volunteer organizations. When he’s not volunteering or taking part in extracurricular activities, Premvir can be seen stuck to his laptop or playing video games. Premvir understands that health care is absolutely imperative for everyone yet sadly, many hospitals are underfunded or overcrowded. Therefore, he co-founded the club Global Cure. Premvir is elated due to the fact that Global Cure is entirely youth-run, therefore empowered youth become the changers and leaders of their community. In addition, he is excited for the future of Global Cure and how much it will develop and expand due to the steadfast and dedicated nature of Global Cure’s staff and directors.
Souren is a 4th year Information Technology student at SFU. He found passion towards computer security and that’s what got him into programming and web designing. In his spare time, Souren likes to experiment with new technology, and is currently working for Shaw communications as a TSR. Through his life there in Syria, Souren noticed that the community is the most vulnerable area in any given country and that’s what drove him to join Global Cure.
Sonja is an ambitious, hard-working and driven first year student at UBC. Her interest for the medical field sparked in Grade 9 while she was taking care of her ill grandparents back in their hometown. From then on, she dedicated herself to a variety of health-related clubs, including
Me to We and the Wish Youth Network Society, holding positions such as the Me to We Program Coordinator, WYNS Marketing Director, WYNS School Club President and currently as a WYNS Regional Manager. She also volunteers at a local hospital in order to further understand the diverse multitude of medical careers. As a Marketing Director, Sonja is determined to work with her team to achieve the goals of Global Cure and spread the objective of the organization.
Geoffrey is a third year medical student at UBC who loves working in the health technology space with a specific focus on exponentially improving the health of millions around the globe who do not have access to quality healthcare. He works with Global Cure as an advisor on their mission to support youth-led, data-driven global health philanthropy.