The Relief Fund for Burned Children or FANQ is an institution created by Bolivian volunteers residing in the city of Houston. It was created in April 2000 from the joint efforts made by Ing. Jorge Galatoire, Houston’s Bolivian Association, the Bolivian Charity Foundation and other fellow citizens.

With almost 15 years of service, our organization has helped more than 400 children by facilitating the move from Bolivia to the United States for treatment at Shriners Hospitals for Children—Galveston, specialists in burn trauma.