6 Days Till Walk for the Bu

Six days from today (that’s October 3rd, dudes), we’re throwing our 5th annual Walk for the Bu 5K Walk/Run/Roll-A-Thon in Bear Creek Park, Surrey, BC. Come by and register in person for 10:00 am and chill with the KBNF Team for the walk at 11:00 am.

Download the Sponsorship Brochure & Get Fundraising!

Stay after your 5k for a barbecue sponsored by Charlie Lee, owner/operator of Walnut Grove’s Marketplace IGA!

Walk for the Bu

Sponsor KBNF President Marj Ratel in her Walk for the Bu by donating today and helping Korle-Bu Neuroscience Foundation improve the lives of West Africans dealing with medical issues of the brain and spine. Thanks, all!


KBNF in Local Langley News

Hello, Friends!

The Langley Times featured an article on KBNF’s work in Liberia to help the Liberian Medical System defeat the Ebola Crisis and rebuild. We’ve been working with Dr. Francis Kateh since 2014, and have sent over six containers of medical supplies, beds and humanitarian aid to Liberia. Click the link below to read it online.

Korle-Bu Neuroscience Foundation was in the Langley Times! Read the article online.

Donate To Help Liberia

Six containers have gone to Liberia to help solve their medical crisis and there are more to go. A donation to KBNF helps get these desperately needed beds, medical supplies and aid directly where they’re needed most.


Website Overhaul!

You may notice the Korle-Bu Neuroscience Foundation website is being revamped. We’re working the skin off our fingers to get this overhaul done in a goodly amount of time, thanks to the Communication Committee and the girls at Vraeyda Media.

And yes, sideways pictures will be straightened! With a ruler! And a level! And a prayer.

Thanks everyone!

KBNF Communication Monkies.


Container Shipment #3 arrived in Tappita!

KBNF friends and family, container #3 has been unloaded, safe and sound, in Liberia!
Our “love in a can” project of a 1,000 beds, medical supplies and equipment is well on its way to realization, as more and more donations continue to come in from across the country.
We loaded container #6 last week in Victoria and an Alberta couple drove out from Red Deer with a truck packed with hospital supplies from their local hospital. There they were, loading a container on their vacation. Healing is oozing out of these containers. It has too! So much love is being packed into it. Hospital staff, administrators, biomedical engineers, hotel and linen industry, delivery services, churches, on and on, I could go. Retirees (totally NOT retired from active duty!) join together week after week, day after day, preparing shipments for humanity.
As container #3 was unloaded, I received a phone call from Dr. Francis Kateh, Deputy Minister of Health and Dr. Ben Kolee, CMO, Jackson F. Doe Hospital, expressing their excitement as they were unloading our container. It brings such enthusiasm to all of our teams to know how much these contents are bringing hope and help.IMG_1131

Thanks Marj; my staff is very enthusiastic and grateful. We feel so blessed to have you in this partnership. This is one reason Jackson Doe Memorial Hospital continues to provide quality medical care in a huge ocean of broken health infrastructure; we are very grateful to you all.

Warm regards,

Sincerely yours.

Dr. Ben Kolee
Chief Medical Officer

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