American Internet Tech donates to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital (April 2022)

American Internet Tech donates to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital (April 2022)

In the five weeks since the war began, St. Jude has leaned on long-established global partnerships in the region and sought help from dozens of advanced pediatric treatment centers throughout Europe and Canada. Known as SAFER Ukraine, the humanitarian effort has assisted more than 730 patients and provided safe passage for childhood cancer patients and their families out of Ukraine.

The effort includes translating medical records and coordinating convoys from Ukraine to the Unicorn Marian Wilemski Clinic in Poland, a triage center. There, patients are medically evaluated and families can rest before being transported to an expanding network of the best cancer centers in Europe, Canada and St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in the U.S., which welcomed an initial group of four Ukrainian patients and 10 family members last week.

It's a global rescue mission that ties into the principles upon which St. Jude was founded. 

The group of patients and families that arrived, will receive the comprehensive medical care they need, along with supportive services like housing and psychological counseling to help address social, emotional and cultural needs as they begin to rebuild their lives so far from home — all at no cost.

American Internet Tech proceeds to one more monthly donation to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital because our support ensures they are able to provide hope to children with cancer and catastrophic diseases around the world now and in the future, especially in times of war and great need like this.