Join The AmeriCares Priorities Project

Join The AmeriCares Priorities Project

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Around the world, every day thousands of people die from treatable diseases, malnutrition and as a consequence of chronic poverty. And millions more suffer.

Meanwhile, international aid organizations have little choice but to work in areas where the special resources and political will are in place to support them. This means that high-profile disasters, "newsworthy" conflicts and exceptional circumstances receive a disproportionate share of media attention and individual donations.

The AmeriCares Priorities Project is dedicated to one simple notion: everyone deserves dignity, health and safety, and a chance at a decent life. Everyone. Everywhere.  No matter how little attention news media and the rest of the world may be paying to the quiet suffering of people in desperate need. 

Please join The AmeriCares Priorities Project today, and help us deliver hope every day.

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    • Kristine O'Keefe CHAPEL HILL, NC
      • almost 2 years ago

      I am a Public Health Education student and I see the importance.

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    • brendan neal WAILUKU, HI
      • almost 2 years ago

      I disagree with how vets behave and treat myself and my animal family. Most charge ridiculous prices for meaningless operations. I believe owners of pets should be responsible for the knowledge to take care of whatever animal is cared for.

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    • Jonathan Hughes JENNER, CA
      • almost 2 years ago

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    • Silvia Coggin TUCSIN, AZ
      • almost 2 years ago

      85739

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    • Jackie Coggin TAOS, NM
      • almost 2 years ago

      It goes back to one question that is really important in today's political/social climate: Are we supposed to look out for each other, or is everyone out for him-/herself? How we answer this question determines much of what we do.

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