Mother’s Day ECardsTomorrow, show a mom in your life how much she means to you by making a life-saving donation in her honor and send your thanks with a choice of three different Mother’s Day ecards from the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation.
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Although my Mother is no longer with me, I still have a community of women in my life who are like surrogate Moms to me. I also have a whole host of aunts, cousins, and friends who I enjoy showing extra love to on Mother’s Day as well.
Mother’s Day ECards
While I am celebrating, it is hard for me to not think about Mothers who are suffering from illness; or who have children whose next year—or even next day—is uncertain because they are ill and do not have access to the proper health care they need. The whole idea of it makes me overwhelmed with emotion. I yearn to be able to help somehow.
That is why I was glad to learn about The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation stepping up to make a difference this year. In honor of both their 25th anniversary and Mother’s Day, the foundation is on a mission to raise enough funds that would allow 2,500 women to get tested for HIV. They have created a special e-card campaign that for just $19 allows anyone in the world to make a donation in honor of the Moms in their lives, while enabling one new mother to get proper testing and treatment.
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When I thought about what $19 dollars can be equivalent to—a couple of trips to a coffee shop or a meal at a restaurant—it was a no-brainer to me to apply it towards saving a life.
There are some beautifully designed e-cards available to personalize for sending:
If you are one who is still scrambling to get flowers or physical cards for tomorrow, I’d like to encourage you to please consider doing an e-card from The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation instead. In doing so, you will be helping not just one, but 2 mothers rejoice in the joy of Mother’s Day.
To learn more about the Mother’s Day E-card initiative from the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation, >>click Here<< You can also connect with the Foundation on Facebook and Twitter.
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