About the Human Cloning Foundation
The Human Cloning Foundation started with five board members - a lawyer, a bioethicist, an Internet expert, an activist, and a
physician. It now has two board members who choose not
to be public with their names. It's a non-profit organization incorporated in the state of Georgia.
Click here to see our
certificate of incorporation.
Click here to hear a message from the President of the
Human Cloning Foundation.
Students who want to reference pages from the
Human Cloning Foundation can use a format such as:
Human Cloning Foundation. "The Benefits
of Human Cloning." 10/15/1998. Available at
Our pages do not have to be referenced exactly this way.
Please use whatever style or format that you are being taught in school. The
important point is that the author, except when otherwise indicated, should be
the Human Cloning Foundation instead of an individual. If your teacher is not
sure that the Human Cloning Foundation is a legitimate source of information
please print out the certificate of incorporation
to show them.
The HCF is currently doing all its information
distribution over the Internet. Students please post your questions on the HCF message board.
The mission of our foundation is
to educate the public about the miraculous benefits of human cloning technology.
Human Cloning Foundation started the Web site (www.HumanCloning.org) in February
1998. On the 23rd of November of that year, the Foundation was incorporated in
the state of Georgia. The HCF received its IRS letter of determination as a
non-profit on December 14th 1999. Today (in 2001) the HCF's website is the
largest, busiest, most interactive pro-cloning site on the internet. To date,
over half a million people have visited the web site's home page, and over 1500
people have registered with the Foundation.
The non-profit Human Cloning Foundation(HCF) exists to promote human cloning and other
forms of biotechnology. Cloning technology can be used to cure diseases and
prolong life. The HCF believes that blood can be cloned, organs can be cloned,
and that infertility can be cured with the use of this new technology. It is
hoped that cloning will help unlock the secrets of cancer and lead to its cure.
Cloning should lead to remarkable advances in cosmetic and plastic surgery, as
well as anti-aging therapies and other forms of rejuvenation. Cloning has
revolutionized biology and medicine.
Any donations to the Human Cloning Foundation are currently focused on funding
research into reproductive human cloning for therapeutic purposes. To allow
infertile couples to conceive a genetically related child. The HCF is a
completely volunteer non-profit organization.
The Human Cloning Foundation's programs include its Web site with message boards
and chat rooms. The HCF publishes essays in support of human cloning and its
technology, and provides resources for students writing such essays. The HCF
runs an Internet mailing list for researchers, scientists, and physicians who
wish to discuss human cloning. The HCF plans to sponsor a yearly international
conference on human cloning technology. A variety of educational programs about
human cloning and other forms of biotechnology are constantly in progress.
The Human Cloning Foundation has an ever-growing list of volunteers. Many
of the people who register with the Foundation are suffering from medical
disorders that cloning technology may help to cure. For example, many of our
registrants are in kidney failure and need kidneys. Many suffer from leukemia
and need bone marrow and blood. Others need body parts because of amputations,
tragedies, or for cosmetic reasons. We believe that someday we will be able to
clone body parts or organs in the laboratory. Infertile couples are common, many
of who are turning to this new technology since all other methods of having
children have failed for them. The amount of good that can be done with cloning
technology is staggering.
Please donate to the
non-profit and tax-exempt Human Cloning Foundation (check out the