Project Help - About Us

Project Help is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit that was created to help patients and their families battling Sepsis and Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS). Project Help intends to promote and educate the public about preventative measures to avoid Sepsis and ARDS. In addition, Project Help will work to improve the long term care of Sepsis and ARDS survivors, which is an area that is virtually nonexistent.

Project Help was developed with the purpose of helping those in need when answers may not be so easy to find during times of crisis. CRISIS means many things to each individual, but finding the overall best solution to any given person’s situation is what we strive to meet. In finding a solution to one’s difficulties, we believe will lead them to the CARE they seek in whatever capacity the individual or individuals need. As we have seen, Sepsis, ARDS and respiratory illnesses know no boundaries so our efforts to assist will be nationally and internationally. Together, we can make a difference.

Project Help is also working with some of the leading doctors around the country to create a HIPPA compliant platform in which doctors share information, treatments, and trial studies for patients that are in critical care. No doctor has all of the answers, but collectively their brilliant minds can give patients and their families the best opportunity to receive the lifesaving treatment they deserve and may be available. 

Project Help is a Nevada based nonprofit with headquarter in Citrus Heights, California. Bernard Bunning is Project Help's founder. Mr. Bunning started Project Help after his wife Lesley Bunning was diagnosed with ARDS. Mr. Bunning is a CPA with a background in financial planning and law, having been the managing partner of a multistate firm for over three decades.