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Written by Bill Wagner   
Sunday, 04 April 2010 09:29
If you can, please consider even a small donation. A little help can go a long way. MIMA is involved in a variety of different service projects. This list is a small example of how donations could be utilized:

posota

$0.50 buys one pair of Abarcas (a leather sandal worn year-round by the children walking to school in Posota).

surgery

$1.35 buys one liter of IV fluid for the surgery program.

school_supplies

$5.00 buys school supplies for one child (2 notebooks, pencils, sharpener, pens, marker and paper) in the Tutimayu Program.

dental-supplies

$7.45 buys toothbrushes, toothpaste and floss for 30 children for one school year in the dental program.

vitamins

$10.00 buys daily vitamins for one child for one school year in the Buena Vista Program.

knitting-program

$12.00 buys enough specialty yarn for one woman in The Knitting Co-Op Program to produce one scarf which can help her become self-sustained.

breakfast-program

$15.00 buys one child breakfast for one year (5 days/week, 10 months/year) in the breakfast program.

suture

$17.89 pays for postage to ship three boxes of suture.

uganda-program

$59.00 buys brick and mortar to build one wall for the school in Uganda Program.

medical-volunteer

$1250.00 is the cost to send one medical volunteer for the annual surgery trip.

 

 

Why Give?

uganda-program

$59.00 buys brick and mortar to build one wall for the school in Uganda Program.

All donations are tax deductible.

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