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Since 2011 CampusBookRentals.com has partnered with Operation Smile to help improve the quality of children’s lives through effective facial reconstructive surgeries.
When a company reaches out and tells me that they are helping children, I am excited to read about it, and ready to share the good news. I am happy to report that CampusBookRentals.com is keeping with their continued partnership with Operation Smile, and has committed to donate a minimum of 80 additional surgeries between June 2013 and June 2014.
Operation Smile is the largest volunteer-based medical charity providing free cleft surgeries to children world-wide. Since 1982 they have provided more than 3.5 million comprehensive patient evaluations and over 200,000 free surgeries for children and young adults born with facial deformities.
Every three minutes a child is born with a cleft and one in 10 of those children will die before their first birthday.
Operation Smile reaches individuals in some of the poorest areas of the world by training local doctors and strengthening healthcare systems. Through this, they are providing children access to proper treatment who otherwise might not be able to eat, speak, socialize or smile. This organization is giving them a chance at a better quality of life, and truly making a difference.
Have you heard of this organization before? What worthwhile organizations do you support through donations and purchases?
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