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Provide Prenatal Care in Nepal

In Achham, Nepal, 90% of births happen at home without trained healthcare providers, and 3/100 women are at risk of dying from preventable pregnancy-related causes. Just $15 provides the salary for a midwife and supplies for 25 women to receive prenatal visits.

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The Future After Breast Cancer

My cancer was discovered at my mammogram on my 63rd birthday. My husband couldn't have been more loving and supportive. He drained the surgery site two times a day, took me to every oncologist visit, sat with me during chemo, then took me home to rest.

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Mammograms for Women in Need
Mammograms are one of the best methods to catch breast cancer before it's too late. In fact, if the disease is caught early enough, the five-year survival rate is 96%. But many women in the United States lack health insurance that covers the full cost of mammograms, and cannot afford to pay for them out-of-pocket. Donations through this Gift That Gives More™ help fund free mammograms for low-income, uninsured, and working women. Thank you!

Help close the healthcare gap by bringing early detection to those who cannot afford it.

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