Give a Little – Mean a Lot

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And you can quote me: "This Valentine’s Day, give a true gift of the heart by giving the gift of life - help fund heart surgery for a child. Even $5.00 will help, and you can even donate through Paypal - it doesn’t get much easier than that!"

Posted in Serious, Things I Like, February 1st, 2008


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This Valentine’s Day, give a true gift of the heart by giving the gift of life – help fund heart surgery for a child. Even $5.00 will help, and you can even donate through Paypal – it doesn’t get much easier than that!

Dr. Mani Sivasubramanian – Dr. Mani to his friends and young patients – is a heart surgeon in India. Through his Dr. Mani Children’s Heart Foundation, he funds – and performs – thousands of heart surgeries, without which his young patients would die.

I personally know Dr. Mani – and many of my friends and colleagues also know, and vouch for, Dr. Mani.

We all donate to his foundation, because, well, we don’t like children dying if they don’t have to, and he saves their lives. It’s as simple as that.

What would you do if your child needed a routine, readily-performed heart surgery – without which they would die – but you couldn’t afford to pay for it?

It’s heartbreaking, isn’t it?

But you really can make a difference!

And we guarantee it!

Take our Valentine’s Day challenge – donate something, anything, to Dr. Mani’s heart surgery for children fund – and if at any time, ever, you change your mind, the Internet Patrol will personally refund your full donation – just show us your receipt.

Help us make our goal of $3000 by Valentine’s Day! That’s enough to fund a complete surgery and actually save a child’s life!

Read more, and donate, here:

http://www.theinternetpatrol.com/our-valentines-day-challenge

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