What is Kangu?
Give What You Give Best
The gift of time and expertise. My cousin graduated nursing school and spent her next two years serving families in rural Guatemala. She came back a changed person, with stories of respiratory infections, parasites, and lack of access to basic health care.
I can only imagine how much her service meant to the families she worked with and I am thankful that she was able to do so.
The gift of money. With three kids in my home, no medical training, and a writing career, time is something I’m lacking. When I do find an organization that I believe in, I think about how I can best help. Sometimes, it is all about the money.
With this organization, with as little as $10, you can help support a mom.
Of course, you can pick any mom you’d like, but I would REALLY, REALLY like to see our community fund access to health care for Betty and her April 9th due date.