Sometimes we hear news about how indifferent the world can be to the suffering of others. For some reason it seems to outweigh the good that exists and the spirit of sharing that we see all around us.
We all know that we can make a difference in other peoples lives. However, it’s not always easy to do, when making things change by ourselves seems an unsurmountable task. We are all just tiny drops of water, but when we connect to one another we form an enormous powerful ocean that can quench the thirst of dry and parched deserts. When what may seem like an insignificant act of kindness by itself is combined with other humanitarian actions, just like millions of drops of water form oceans, a title wave of love is created. Thank you all for supporting Dancing On Your Disabilities/ Never Say Impossible to Your Dreams book campaign.
Thank you to the March of Dimes for saving babies from birth defects. Our children are the future.
July 8, 2013
Living Through Art, Inc.
Ms. Myra Goldick
Dear Ms. Goldick,
Thank you for your contribution of $60.00 to the March of Dimes for 2013. We are honored that you have chosen to help in the fight to give every baby a healthy start in life. Your generous gifts help fund research, education, advocacy and community services programs that bring us closer to the day when every baby is born healthy.
The March of Dimes has been protecting the health of babies for over 70 years. From pioneering genetic research to promoting folic acid and fighting for lifesaving newborn screening, we’re serious about making sure every baby is born healthy. We are more determined than ever to find out what causes premature birth and other infant health problems.
Thank you again for helping us to continue to protect the health of babies.
Donor Services Coordinator
No goods or services, in whole or in part, were provided in exchange for
this contribution. This donation is tax deductible to the fullest extent
allowed by law.
The mission of the March of Dimes is to improve the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality.