The 1 Up LifeBridge Program gives life-saving, and life-prolonging access to funding for treatments for children in developing countries. When a child is sick or injured in most developing countries, they must bring cash-in-hand to the hospital, or be turned away. This leaves the majority of children in developing countries to be at high risk of loss of life due to treatable and unnecessary reasons.
This is why we created the 1 Up LifeBridge program according to Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, to make sure that children’s lives are not in danger before we can introduce programs like #GFLX to provide distraction therapy. Every child should have a right to medical care no matter their background. 1up LifeBridge is our international program committed to supporting sick children in hospitals and healthcare facilities in developing countries.