TMH Super Hero's: Buy the ability to save a life
This is an opportunity to become a super hero for as little as $5! ..... and save a life ..... and support TMH do great work.Nationwide
You have the ability to change a life, give a life or make a massive difference in someone's life.
For as little at $5 you can purchase a stunning piece of medical equipment and a space in one of our TMH shipping containers. Your equipment will then be shipped to one of our amazing health provider partners in the Pacific. It's kind of like buying that chicken or goat for a village campaign you hear about, but with medical equipment.
As well as the feel good feeling, we'll share the story with you of where the equipment you've purchased goes, how its used, and let you know when you can add 'super hero' to your linked in profile.
If you want to top up your donation this will give you an idea of our price list:
$50 gets you a wheel chair, or a medical trolley, or half a pallet load of gloves and masks ..... plus we'll throw in the equivalent of a 1/4 ft in one of our shipping containers.
$100 gets you a wheel chair, three legs AND a few boxes of gloves and masks ...... and we'll throw in FOR FREE the equivalent of a 1/2 foot in one of shipping containers.
$200 gets you a hospital bed and the equivalent of 1 foot in one of our containers. For a limited time only we'll also throw in three legs, a walker and six random feet! It's a bargain!!!
TAKE MY HANDS IS ABOUT IMPROVING LIVES BY CONNECTING THOSE THAT HAVE WITH THOSE IN NEED.
Take My Hands is a charitable organisation that redistributes medical equipment and supplies to those in need. We have been working on projects for the past eight years and over that time have sent more that 76,000KG of equipment to 12 organisations in 5 countries helping nearly 110,000 people over the next 5 to 10 years, and all for under $40,000!
Charities Commission Number: CC52544
Use of funds
The funds will be used to cover the cost of co-ordinating, collecting, and shipping equipment usable medical equipment to the Pacific.
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