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The Amigos!

Because we've done some pretty bad stuff

68 Patients Funded

$2,153 Total Donated

5 Members


We've had some great times and we've been pretty lucky. Lucky to go to Princeton, and lucky to graduate without being expelled for an alcohol violation. Lucky to travel the world, and lucky to not have any outstanding arrest warrants (that we know of) in any of those jurisdictions. From New Jersey to Europe to Vegas to New York to India to Austin to California we've done some amazing things, most of which I can't recount on the internet for legal reasons.

You might be here because you love your friends. You might be here because you want to give back to the world which has been so amazing to us. And you might be here because I asked you.

Whatever the motivation, I've created this group for us to help fund life-changing healthcare for people around the world. It will be a great centralized place to track our giving over the years. I'm excited to see what happens next.


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All patients The Amigos! has funded


Loleku is a friendly boy from Tanzania. Loleku is a four-year-old friendly boy, the firstborn to his mother and forth born to his father. His father has two wives and six children. Loleku suffered severe burns when he was one year old. His Masai clothing caught fire as he, together with his other siblings, were warming themselves in the open fire. His mother, who was out milking the cows, heard the cries and fortunately managed to put out the fire. However, Loleku sustained burns on his chest, stomach and pelvis. He spent 8 months in the hospital, where at one point his parents thought they would lose him. Fortunate for them, Loleku got better and was discharged. Loleku healed with contractures on his pelvis area making it difficult to use the toilet. He was brought to our facility when the father heard of visiting plastic surgeons and upon review, surgery was recommended. Loleku's parents are small scale farmers with little income to meet the total medical cost. The father sold some cows to settle the 8-month hospital bill. Currently, they are not able to pay for the planned surgery. they appeal for financial assistance. Fortunately, our medical partner, African Mission Healthcare Foundation, is helping Loleku receive treatment. On September 25th, surgeons at their care center will perform a burn contracture release surgery to The release will allow Loleku use the toilet with ease. Now, he needs help to fund this $608 procedure. Loleku’s father says, “Please help my son this problem is going to bring stigma to him when he is grown up.”

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