Today, when you go home, today when you talk with your kids or neighbors or friends and relatives and they ask you what you did, you’ll be able to tell them something surprising,
“Today, I saved a life.”
For the next 18 hours or so we’ve all got the chance to legitimately save someone’s life. We have the opportunity to save someone’s life, for $10 with a mosquito net in Central Uganda. For less than the price of a Lionel Ritchie greatest hits CD you can save someone’s life. (I felt like the “for the cost of a cup of coffee” angle was a little tired.) It’s that easy. It’s that simple.
For $10 you can save a life today.
You can add “lifesaver” to your business card. You can add “saving lives” to your resume. You can also probably listen to most of those Lionel Ritchie songs on Youtube for free anyway.
Click here to learn more about what we’re doing.