Health Care and Education for Disaster Survivors

$3,824 $1,176
Raised Remaining
Feb 12, 2013

A Valentines Day Full of Love!

We can’t believe it’s February already. If you’re like us, February means one thing – Valentines Day! Whether your single or in a relationship, Valentines Day is all about love and appreciating the people in our lives who support and encourage us.

This Valentines Day, there are dozens of individuals in Haiti who are thankful for you. After all you’ve already given them the gift of health and, with it, the hope of a bright future. There are also hundreds of Filipino survivors who are looking forward to our arrival and, with it, your support!

If you’re thinking about what to get your Valentine, we hope you’ll keep disaster survivors in mind. When you make a donation in honor of your Valentine they’ll receive a beautiful card. GlobalGiving cards change lives and make lovely, meaningful Valentines Gifts.

To give your Valentine a meaningful gift, just click here and select what type of card you’d like along with your gift amount. 

Thanks so much for supporting disaster survivors, and we wish you a very happy Valentines Day! 


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Project Leader

Emma Taylor

Southport, Connecticut United States

Where is this project located?

Map of Health Care and Education for Disaster Survivors