Help USA First Foundation, Inc.

Help Your Neighbor First! Serving the the families of the USA since 1980.





  • (Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi & Alabama)
  • (Florida, Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina, Puerto Rico and US Virgin Islands)
                                                   INTERNATIONAL NEIGHBORS (Caribbean Islands - Mexico Earthquake)                            

Your donation is fully tax deductible within the United States, International donors will receive a Certificate of Appreciation.

(Minimum $10.00 USA)

AMERICAN RED CROSS DID NOT PROVIDE ASSISTANCE TO HEALTH CARE CLINIC OR MEDICAL FACILITIES. The RED CROSS, ALSO, DOES NOT PROVIDE LONG TERM ASSISTANCE TO PATIENTS OF DAMAGED OR DESTROYED URGENT CARE OR OTHER HEALTH CARE CLINICS SERVING THOSE VICTIMS. (Yes, we know that many people just give to the Red Cross automatically without understanding what EXACTLY is being done with those funds – IT’S A HABIT) F.E.M.A. IS A USA DISASTER EMERGENCY GOVERNMENTAL AGENCY AND DOES NOT PROVIDE EMERGENCY FUNDS TO URGENT CARE FACILITIES NOR Medical Personnel. There is a possibility of a LONG DRAWN OUT State Process MAY become available months later while patients suffer. The Above FACTS are not reported by media.

                                                                 HURRICANES HARVEY/IRMA HEALTHCARE RELIEF FUNDThe HELP USA FIRST FOUNDATION’S HURRICANE HARVEY / IRMA HEALTH CARE RELIEF EFFORTS, TARGET SPECIFICALLY, LOCAL medical providers and their PATIENTS that are registered with the provider or clinic, primarily, in Small to Medium communities. This Fundraising effort is NOVEL, EFFECTIVE and a, LEAN INSPIRED approach,  designed to produce sustainable quantitative long term RESULTS faster than any other method, thereby getting the clinics up and running faster. And Patients back into their health care regime with ease.

Our Fundraising GOAL was Met and THANKS TO OUR INTERNATIONAL Partners for their enduring Support.

IMAGES:  Most Images in the photo banner above this page were taken by ECorps Volunteers or by Doctors in the Hurricane Harvey and Irma zones. Dr. Adi Diab in damaged Southern Texas clinic.  Dr. Luke LeBas works on a patient in Rockport, Texas.  Danado Saltarelli, RN / Courtesy Dr. Luke LeBas.