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International Medical Corps Launches Online Catalog Offering Gifts That Save the Lives of Those in Need
Date:11/26/2008

LOS ANGELES, Nov. 26 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- International Medical Corps (IMC) offers shoppers an opportunity to give a gift with extra meaning this holiday season.

For as little as $15, shoppers can choose among a variety of gift packages that give life-saving support from International Medical Corps. From clean water for families to food for malnourished children, each gift is a meaningful way to honor friends and family while giving to those in need.

The recipients of these gifts will receive a personalized card with a photo from a program that their gift supports. The sender can choose whether the card is delivered by mail or email. Rated a four-star charity by Charity Navigator, International Medical Corps has received the highest ratings from charity watchdog groups, ensuring holiday shoppers that their gift will be spent wisely to help children and families around the world who need it most.

This catalog offers a way for consumers to cover their entire holiday shopping list while making year-end philanthropic contributions. With every gift purchased, International Medical Corps will be able to reach more people in need of life-saving health care, food, clean water, and emergency relief. In a time of rising prices, economic insecurity and political instability this support is needed more than ever.

Some of the life-saving gift opportunities available on International Medical Corps' catalog include:

Food for Malnourished Children

This gift helps save the lives of malnourished children by providing life-saving food and medical treatment.

Clean Water for Families

This gift helps provide gallons of clean, safe drinking water to families in need.

Emergency Supplies for Disaster Survivors

This gift helps bring supplies like blankets, clothes, and personal hyg
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