More than 533 medical outlets receive donated medicines through the Medicines-for-Multitudes program. In parts of the world where access to medical supplies and medicines is limited, these items are a tremendous blessing to the sick and suffering. Because pharmaceutical companies donate the medicines to CAM, we can ship and distribute $25 worth of product for every dollar give to the program.

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Yes, I intend to give monthly donations to help ship and distribute urgently needed medicines and supplies to suffering people in Romania, Haiti, Liberia, Nicaragua, and Kenya.



Medicines for Multitudes (International) Funds from faithful supporters gives CAM Canada a way to distribute medicines and supplies to suffering people in Eastern Europe, Haiti, Liberia, and other parts of the world. Medical outlets in these countries disperse liquid nutrition, medical supplies, medicines, and vitamins to needy people there. Many of these items are donated to CAM by generous pharmaceutical companies. Since the only costs of this program are to procure, transport, and distribute the medicines, every dollar received has the potential to supply a large amount of medicines to needy people in other areas of the world. CAM Canada is very thankful for the opportunity to distribute these valuable and life-saving items to needy people throughout the world

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