Reusing contaminated medical supplies (i.e. needles, surgical gowns) is a medical necessity in developing worlds. The lack of access to proper medical tools and resources mean increased infections and diseases. With pathogens like HIV and Ebola on the rise access to clean and disposable medical supplies is key to preventing pandemic spreads.
Help provide clean medical supplies to hospitals in developing countries.
In developing countries, children are unable to get even basic protection for their feet. Minor injuries, common infections and painful and often lethal parasites come in through the foot. The simple wearing of a pair of durable shoes gives a child an incredible opportunity in life.
$5 = 5 children with a brand new pair of shoes.
Are you prepared for when a disaster hits? Natural disasters can impact anywhere in the United States. There is no avoiding it. The best option is to be ready now to respond when it happens. Be sure to have all the information you need to respond when a disaster strikes.