Saturday, January 14, 2006

How much does a little bit of your money worth to them?

Extracted without permission from a UNICEF page. Copyright owner can contact me if you have any issues with this.
$15 a month (about 50¢ a day) can feed three children for almost four weeks.

$25 a month (about 80¢ a day) can provide vitamin A for 7,500 children.

$35 a month (about $1.15 a day) can provide two sturdy tents for families struck by disaster.

$50 a month (about $1.70 a day) can provide clean water for four villages.

$70 a month (about $2.30 a day) can provide lifetime immunizations for almost 50 children.

If you find that spending this amount of money each month is hardly inconveniencing you at all, then please donate! You pledge on your own terms, you decide how much you want to donate each month (heck, even 1 dollar if you insist), and you can choose whenever to stop.

Frankly, to me, this is much better than any subscription contracts I've ever seen.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

mari menderma. hari ni hari dia, esok lusa hari kita pulak, sapa tahu?
mana la tau esok lusa perang meletus di msia, ramai jadi pelarian, takde makanan,ubat etc.

4:57 PM, January 14, 2006  
Blogger haya_shiloh said...

yep yep!

5:00 PM, January 14, 2006  

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