Our mission is to support the medical and dental systems in the South Pacific. In operation since 2001, we have treated more than 90,000 patients.
“Bula” is the traditional Fijian greeting and exudes the warmth and friendliness of these South Pacific Islanders. Thank you for your kind donation.
“Tapa”is a traditional Fijian cloth made from the pounded bark of the mulberry tree and dyed with distinctive patterns creating a stunning effect. Frequently given as a gift. Your gift of “Tapa” will go directly to help the needy people of Fiji.
“Loloma” means “from the heart” or “a gift of love” in Fijian. Our foundation is named “Loloma” because our work in Fiji is truly a gift from the heart. All members pay their own way for each of our relief trips to the Islands. Your “Loloma” gift will help us continue our work by helping us purchase supplies, container space and medicine for our next shipment. Vinaka Vaka Levu.
“Ratu” is a chief in a Fijian village. The Ratu has special privileges and special responsibilities to his people. By donating as a “Ratu” you can help us treat common but debilitating problems that include diarrhea, boils and other skin conditions easily treated with antibiotics. More severe problems, once identified, are referred to a regional medical center where they can be properly treated. In many cases the visits from Loloma physicians are the only care that many Fijians receive.
“Ratu Levu” $1,000
“Ratu Levu” or “Great Chief” refers to a Chief that has the responsibility for overseeing several villages and sits on “The Great Council of Chiefs.” Your generosity will go far in making the next container a reality. Vinaka, Vinaka, Vinaka.