Doctors without Borders

I am running a fundraising campaign… I thought that the quickest way to get help would be medicine, so I naturally thought of Doctors without Borders.

If you’re interested in helping, too, I’ve made it really easy:

 http://www.firstgiving.com/julibailey

First Giving takes a 7% cut to do this electronically. If you would prefer that all your money go to Doctors without Borders, go here:

https://donate.doctorswithoutborders.org/SSLPage.aspx?pid=197&hbc=1?ref=main-menu

Many thoughts and prayers to you and yours and especially those in Haiti!

Fizz

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About Fizz

*I'm a Northern Girl livin' in the South. *I graduated with a BS in Geophysics from Michigan Technological University (MTU). *I have critters: 2 dogs & 1 cat. *I love thunder and rain days. Too much sunshine gets on my nerves. (How I survive in Texas I do not know!) *I'm trying to remove swearing from my vocabulary (Good Luck!). *I'm the last single in my group of friends. The rest of the turn coats got married. *Sadly, the above friends are now procreating. Now the world will have yet more strange and twisted individuals that will have to go to an Engineering School to survive. *Yoopers do exist. Look on a map. *Marvin the Martian and I have a lot in common. We're both cranky when crossed and generally like our own way. *I will never be a model! (Thank god, that starvation stuff has GOT to be painful!!!). *I am not Fat! (Even though that little voice behind my right ear might tell me that every single day). *I am normal. Whatever that means! *Yes, you can be smart and not be a geek. *I've been told I'm not boring. We'll see. *Much to my irritation, I have been described as Eccentric. *I cannot spell! *Being Single is a frame of mind. *Who said life was fair?
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6 Responses to Doctors without Borders

  1. Beth says:

    Thank you so much for these links!

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  2. Babblelot says:

    Thanks for the links!

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  3. Joe says:

    The doc doing surgery on mom’s parathyroid come Monday is part of doctor’s without borders…he will help us get our medications in order for our trip to Ghana…he also did work there…he’s a great doctor….I think that’s a wonderful program!

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  4. Rambling says:

    Thanks for the links..and Doctor’s Without Borders is highly respected.

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