Sunday, May 12, 2013

Project Hope

Project HOPE is a organization/charity that is currently working hard to reach their goal of 1,000 healthy mothers. Please read below a little background of their organization and cause and donate. Thank you.

Project HOPE was founded in 1958 and since then, has worked to make health care available for people around the globe. They want to make long-term sustainable health care available to everyone. Their work includes educating health professionals and community health workers, strengthening health facilities, bringing natural disaster relief, fighting diseases such as TB, HIV/AIDS and diabetes and providing humanitarian assistance through donated medicines, medical supplies and volunteer medical help.

How you can help: 
You can spread the word about their gift catalog []. By giving a life-saving medical gift to a mother in need this Mother's Day, we can all support the critical work of Project Hope.

With a donation as little as $10, you can choose a gift to donate in honor of your Mom and receive a beautiful, personalized Mother's Day eCard. While I know that Mother's day is pretty much over now, that still doesn't change the fact that people need help and you can help them. In Project HOPE’s Gift Catalogue, you'll see exactly how your donation will bring urgent help and lasting hope for a mother or child in need. Some of the amazing catalogue items include:

$10 - provides needed medicines to children
$25 – provides 10 women with anemia screenings
$35 – sends important text messages to women with gestational diabetes
$50 –provides a cervical cancer screening  
$100- provides vaccines for 4 Children!

By sending your mother a beautiful, personalized Project HOPE Mother’s Day eCard, she’ll receive more than a token of your love. She’ll receive confirmation that the support you have pledged in her name this Mothers’ Day is helping Project HOPE meet the lifesaving medical care that mothers around the world rely on.  Visit Project HOPE’s  Mother’s Day Gift Catalog today and make your mother a part of the 1 in a 1000 Mother’s Day Campaign.

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