The Chummy Chum Foundation visits public hospitals for children where the foundation connects with unwell little boys and girls. It is the foundation's primary mission - to bring joy to indigent terminally-ill children. Hospitals recognize the gesture as an effective psychological approach to ease the children's physical and emotional pain. Chummy Chum has been a frequent visitor to many public hospitals in the National Capital Region and nearby provinces through its charity event called Smile For Me Little One Program (SFMLOP). Three of the most visited hospitals are the Philippine Children's Medical Center (PCMC), National Children's Hospital (NCH), and the Philippine General Hospital (PGH - Cancer Institute Pediatric).
INCUBATORS FOR PUBLIC HOSPITALS
The Infant Survival Program (ISP) has built a stronger relationship with several public hospitals that received brand new infant incubators from the Chummy Chum Foundation aiding the lack of this life-saving equipment in public health care facilities.
ISP started in 2010 with 2 units of brand-new infant incubators donated to two (2) government hospitals in Metro Manila. Since then, numerous requests from different public hospitals in NCR, Region III, and IV-A had been received and mostly granted. To date, there were 25 units donated, and all of these units come with regular maintenance and repair service for free. This extended service of ISP is called Child Survival Maintenance Program (CSMP). It also covers non-donated incubators or hospital-owned units, based on the request of the hospitals.