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Friday, May 10, 2013

Support Project HOPE to help moms in need

As moms it seems to be in our genetic makeup to help those in need – a part of our maternal instincts. It is why when we find a worthy cause to support, regardless of our life circumstances, we jump at the chance to make a difference.

Right now we can make a difference by supporting Project HOPE, an organization that “brings health care education and humanitarian assistance to 35 countries around the world.” When we give a life-saving medical gift to a mother in need this Mother’s Day it will help with the important work the organization is doing.

This year donations will help Project HOPE meet their goal of 1,000 healthy moms. The tax-deductible gifts made through their online catalog are translated into lifesaving care. This image gives you more information:

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Since Project HOPE assists individuals and communities throughout the world, donations will be used where they will be of the most benefit to those served by the program. With a donation as small as $10 you can pick a gift to donate in honor of your mother and receive a personalized Mother’s Day eCard. Your donation will provide for urgent needs.

$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 four children

When you send your mother the gorgeous, personalized Project HOPE Mother’s Day eCard she’ll also get confirmation that the support you pledged in her name is helping Project HOPE provide lifesaving medical care. Go ahead and visit Project HOPE’s catalog to make your mom a part of the 1 in 1,000 Mother’s Day campaign.

Click either image or the above link to get started.

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Disclosure: I’m writing this as a member of BlogPRWire on behalf of Project HOPE. As always, any opinions expressed are my own and were in no way influenced by anyone else. More information can be found in my ever-so-interesting disclosure policy.

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