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Health Care

MISSION

Westminster Community Care Center is a private, non-profit community care center serving the working poor and uninsured of Ventura County. We also serve as a training site for high school students considering careers in healthcare.


“We are grateful for the support of the Georges and Germaine Fusenot Charity Foundation which is making it possible for us to create health access (medical, mental, dental and vision) and promote healthy living for our low-income, uninsured populations with the greatest need, while training the next generation (many youth are from the families we serve) to be part of the solution and consider careers in healthcare. Your generosity makes all the difference!”

Lisa Safaeinili, MPH, Executive Director

Westminster Free Clinic

MISSION

iSight Missions is a nonprofit charity that provides impoverished persons access to sustainable, affordable, quality eye care and vision-restoring surgeries, and trains eye care providers worldwide. These interventions are cost-effective solutions to reverse poverty & promote ​the fundamental right to sight.

“Thank you for selecting iSight Missions as one of The Fusenot Foundation’s charities. Your donation will assist us in providing MSICS cataract surgery to the poor across the globe, as well as recruit and train eye care providers to join our battle against blindness.”

Dr. Jeff Rutgard, Founder

iSight Missions

MISSION STATEMENT

In partnership with the community, we provide respectful, empowering, high-quality healthcare with the underserved, while inspiring the next generation of health professionals.

“We are deeply grateful for the support of the Georges and Germaine Fusenot Charity Foundation, which is instrumental in helping us to eliminate barriers to health for our low-income populations with the greatest need.”

Dr. Ellen Beck, Founder and Executive Director

UC San Diego Student-Run Free Clinic Project