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In Kind Donations are a critical part of our mission - consider particpating

In-kind donations are as important as cash. People facing liver disease have needs that are both physical and psychological because end stage liver failure is a hard way to die. Our goal is to help people avoid unnecessary hardship, so anything that can help is greatly appreciated.

Fatty Liver Foundation is a recipient of a Google Ad Grants award. The Google Ad Grants program supports registered nonprofit organizations that share Google's philosophy of community service to help the world in areas such as science and technology, education, global public health, the environment, youth advocacy, and the arts. Google Ad Grants is an in-kind advertising program that awards free online advertising to nonprofits via Google AdWords.


Liver Care Canada was founded in 2015 by a team of healthcare professionals with a goal to make services and treatments easily accessible to liver disease patients. They operate mobile liver screening vans to seek out and serve patients who are located far from medical facilities.

With recent advances in therapies and diagnostics, liver disease patients can now be effectively treated outside the hospital system. Our Liver Care Program preserves hospital resources for more complicated cases and also provides an efficient model of care that has been proven effective. We are working together to develop mobile resources for screening people at risk for fatty liver disease at an economical price.


Meetrix.IO is a tech company based in Colombo, Sri Lanka focused in building real-time collaboration systems. They are huge fans of WebRTC based Real-Time Communications and AWS Serverless Architecture and have been working with popular open-source projects such as Jitsi, Kurento and  Simple WebRTC. Meetrix has built online tutoring systems, telemedical systems and remote support systems for multiple clients across the globe.

The Foundation plans to build the National Fatty Liver Registry in the cloud and Meetrix is designing the image processing for us.

The National Fatty Liver Registry (NFLR) is in its design stage.  As outlined in our Screening Project introduction, there is a great need for identifying patients at risk and with liver disease.  Our goal is to build the largest database of tests for liver disease in the world.  At scale and full deployment, our target is one million tests per year, capturing valuable data for epidemiological and interventional research.