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Fundraising match! Today only, any donation you make to Doctors Without Borders will be matched dollar for dollar up to a total of $55,000! Please share this with family and friends.https://www.doctorswithoutborders.org/donate/onetime.cfm?source=ADS130701B03
Photo by Shannon Jensen

Fundraising match! Today only, any donation you make to Doctors Without Borders will be matched dollar for dollar up to a total of $55,000! Please share this with family and friends.
https://www.doctorswithoutborders.org/donate/onetime.cfm?source=ADS130701B03

Photo by Shannon Jensen

Thanks to your generosity, we can save more lives.

With your support, our medical teams will be able to save more lives around the world. Please support Doctors Without Borders today to help us provide humanitarian medical aid to people where the need is greatest.

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As part of our Donor Voices project, our doctors and nurses in Zimbabwe will take over our @MSF_UK account on Twitter to ask why you give to MSF. Tune in this Friday at 11am BST to share your reasons.

As part of our Donor Voices project, our doctors and nurses in Zimbabwe will take over our @MSF_UK account on Twitter to ask why you give to MSF. Tune in this Friday at 11am BST to share your reasons.

Right now, our teams are conducting lifesaving trauma surgery in conflict-torn countries like Afghanistan. We are providing urgent obstetric care that has saved the lives of thousands of mothers and their babies in Pakistan. And we are fighting deadly outbreaks of cholera and measles in places like Haiti and Democratic Republic of Congo. 

All around the world, every surgical procedure, every vaccine, every gallon of clean drinking water or meal that we provide comes from our donors. As we prepare for the new year and the challenges it will bring, we need your commitment to help more than ever. 

Please make a tax-deductible gift to Doctors Without Borders by December 31. 

From the conflict in South Sudan, to the ongoing cholera outbreak in Haiti, to civil war in Libya, 2011 was a year marked by crisis. But through it all, our donors were unflinching in their support for the victims of violence, drought, epidemics and other medical humanitarian emergencies. 

Thank you for your support.

Right now, our teams are conducting lifesaving trauma surgery in conflict-torn countries like Afghanistan. We are providing urgent obstetric care that has saved the lives of thousands of mothers and their babies in Pakistan. And we are fighting deadly outbreaks of cholera and measles in places like Haiti and Democratic Republic of Congo.

All around the world, every surgical procedure, every vaccine, every gallon of clean drinking water or meal that we provide comes from our donors. As we prepare for the new year and the challenges it will bring, we need your commitment to help more than ever.

Please make a tax-deductible gift to Doctors Without Borders by December 31.

From the conflict in South Sudan, to the ongoing cholera outbreak in Haiti, to civil war in Libya, 2011 was a year marked by crisis. But through it all, our donors were unflinching in their support for the victims of violence, drought, epidemics and other medical humanitarian emergencies.

Thank you for your support.

In Somalia, Maryan walked ten miles with her malnourished child on her back to get lifesaving emergency care. Two-year-old Deng was brought to a Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) hospital in South Sudan where he was treated for kala azar – a deadly tropical disease. Sanna was pregnant when the floods in Pakistan hit and left her without clean water or food. 

Together, Doctors Without Borders and our donors provided these women and children and many thousands of people like them with the emergency medical care they needed to survive. But as we head into 2012, your support is critical as we prepare to respond to the medical needs of people facing natural disasters, deadly diseases and conflict. 

Will you help us save more lives in the year to come?

In Somalia, Maryan walked ten miles with her malnourished child on her back to get lifesaving emergency care. Two-year-old Deng was brought to a Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) hospital in South Sudan where he was treated for kala azar – a deadly tropical disease. Sanna was pregnant when the floods in Pakistan hit and left her without clean water or food.

Together, Doctors Without Borders and our donors provided these women and children and many thousands of people like them with the emergency medical care they needed to survive. But as we head into 2012, your support is critical as we prepare to respond to the medical needs of people facing natural disasters, deadly diseases and conflict.

Will you help us save more lives in the year to come?

If you could send a letter to yourself aged 16, what would you write in it?

Dear Me is a collection of just such letters written by 75 of the world’s best-loved personalities to their younger selves and published with photographs of them as teenagers. It has a foreword by JK Rowling, and celebrity contributors including Hugh Jackman, Kathleen Turner, James Franco, Jodi Picoult, Stephen King and John Waters.

Dear Me is for the teenager wondering what life is all about, someone looking back to their youth, or seeking homespun wisdom, or just a chance to meet some of your favourite stars… before they were famous.

A portion of proceeds from this book benefit MSF. It also features a contribution by MSF aid worker Mary Jo Frawley.

If you could send a letter to yourself aged 16, what would you write in it?

Dear Me is a collection of just such letters written by 75 of the world’s best-loved personalities to their younger selves and published with photographs of them as teenagers. It has a foreword by JK Rowling, and celebrity contributors including Hugh Jackman, Kathleen Turner, James Franco, Jodi Picoult, Stephen King and John Waters.

Dear Me is for the teenager wondering what life is all about, someone looking back to their youth, or seeking homespun wisdom, or just a chance to meet some of your favourite stars… before they were famous.

A portion of proceeds from this book benefit MSF. It also features a contribution by MSF aid worker Mary Jo Frawley.

Send a holiday e-card today!

Still looking for the perfect holiday gift? Share your commitment to MSF by sending a personalized e-card to the people on your holiday gift list.

Send a holiday e-card today!

Still looking for the perfect holiday gift? Share your commitment to MSF by sending a personalized e-card to the people on your holiday gift list.