Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What services does the Jennifer Creed
A: The money, which is donated through the generosity of concerned people, is used for the purchase of special items such as : braces, shoes, wigs, transportation and lodging expenses, parking fees, babysitting and homemaker services, which normally are not reimbursed by health or hospital insurances. These funds can be obtained quickly and with a minimum of red tape.
Q: Who is eligible to receive
A: The family of a needy child who is being treated for cancer or a birth defect at the Floating Hospital for Infants and Children at the New England Medical Center Hospital or at other hospitals.
Q: Who manages the Fund?
A: The Jennifer Creed Fund is a nonprofit, tax exempt organization, established under the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the Internal Revenue Service. A dedicated volunteer board, comprised of business and professional men and women, parents and friends, manages and directs the Fund's activities.
Q: Is my contribution tax deductible?
A: Yes, all contributions are tax deductible. Please visit the Donate page to make your donation.
Q: Does the committee who manages the
Fund receive any financial remuneration?
A: No, each officer and member donates his or her time and services on behalf of the fund.
Q: How May I help?
A: The committee welcomes your participation. For more information on how you can assist in serving the needs of leukemic children please contact us at the listed address.