Gifts for Good LIFE SAVERS

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Last time you were here, you were looking to help vulnerable children and families. Your support can save and change lives.

$250

Health stations are often the only nearby source of essential health care for sick children and families. Your gift could help restock a health station with desperately needed medicines, medical supplies, personal protective equipment and other necessities to ensure that children and families have access to the care and resources they need to stay healthy. 

$30

When the thermometer dips, this gift really heats up. Your gift of a jacket can help keep a child warm and healthy. Think about the comfort that you could bring!

Most In Need
$280

Birthing kits with medical supplies help pregnant mothers living in remote communities give birth safely at home while hospitals and health clinics are closed or overwhelmed.

$180

Many children have no choice but to sleep on concrete slabs or hard dirt floors at night. It’s a cold reality for far too many children living in poverty. You can change that with the gift of a bed where a child can rest comfortably and be ready to learn each day.

$23

Imagine having to sleep on a concrete slab or hard dirt floor. That’s the cold reality for far too many children living in poverty. Your gift of a blanket and pillow will help keep a child warm and comfortable.

$10

Prevent suffering and save lives. Every two minutes somewhere in the world, a child dies from malaria. Countless more suffer needlessly from this devastating — and preventable — disease.

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