Welcome to RAZI Health Foundation's Homepage, a network of volunteer physicians with a goal of providing help and medical assistance to our local community. RAZI is a (501)(c) charitable foundation registered in the state of New York, since 1985.
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Recently a generous lady in Tabriz donated 1100 square meters of land to build an educational center to serve underprivileged children. The project will provide an unprecedented opportunity to those motivated students to break through the cycle of poverty and become proud, productive members of the society.
Toward this end, Razi Health Foundation has started a fundraising effort in collaboration with the Child Foundation to help make construction of this center a reality for these kids.
The center will provide a vibrant educational atmosphere complete with the state-of-the-art laboratory, library, gymnasium and conference rooms where additional special classes will be offered to empower mothers with new marketable skills.  All the necessary permits for this center have already been obtained and the project is now ready for a successful launch. 
We are asking for your support as our special partner in this highly worthy project to educate and train our future generation.  Please, use the convenient DONATE button below to instantly become part of the dream-come-true project this holiday season.
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Under general license from the U.S. Department of Treasury, RAZI is now in a position to send much needed funds directly to people in charge reconstruction and relief efforts. Please give generously and rest assured that at RAZI 100% of your tax-deductible contributions will go directly toward rebuilding schools and hospitals in areas you wish to help.
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RAZI's New Fundraising Campaign to Build Educational Center for Underpriviledged Children in Tabriz