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Benevolence Beyond Politics, Inc. Announces Position to Provide Financial and Logistical Support for Humanitarian and Medical Missions Worldwide
Date:11/18/2009

LOS ANGELES, Nov. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Benevolence Beyond Politics, Inc. has become the common link between Humanitarian and Medical Mission Organizations and the vast number of underprivileged babies, children and adults worldwide by providing the most time and cost-effective methods of shipping medical supplies and equipment for humanitarian organizations and medical missionaries. BBP strives to resolve the conflict of interest that occurs when non-profit organizations have shipping needs and must use the services of for-profit shipping companies. BBP also offers financial assistance and fundraising support, whenever possible, to ensure attentive and swift action is taken to meet each organization's needs.

From surgical supplies and tools, to hospital furniture, medical equipment such as EKG machines, infant warmers, incubators, heart and lung machines, ultrasound machines, to disposable medical supplies and even wheelchairs, BBP is clearly prepared to take on any task, small or large. BBP can arrange for pickup services from donor locations, as well as packaging, wrapping, palletizing, shrink-wrapping, and other various forms of protection to prevent damage to the equipment during transportation. Their services are available to any and all humanitarian organizations that meet their qualifying criteria.

Benevolence Beyond Politics was founded in July 2009 by Eric Charles, who left his career as a Sales Manager of an International Logistics company to create an organization that can provide honest, visible rates and shipping solutions to help complete many medical mission and donation projects worldwide. With inspirations from hands-on loading of incubators, hospital beds and other medical equipment to attending events expressing the issues facing many individuals around the world, Eric found his true calling in life. He created an organization that works relentlessly to alleviate the shipping responsibilities, and whenever po
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