Give more than love this Valentine’s Day

By February 13, 2013

USA (MNN) — Tomorrow is Valentine's Day. The love of your life says, "Don't buy flowers this year; they don't last." While that's in the back of your head, consider that request and do something different this year.

When you invest in the
Partners Relief and Development Gift of Love program, you directly help the children of Burma and impact a nation. Your gifts help them them just how much they are loved while also honoring that "special someone" in your life.

For as little as $10, you can purchase a lantern to help one child in Burma study in safety by using a free and rechargeable energy source rather than having to use candles.

Some children in Burma have no chance for an education without the extra assistance. Your gift of $20 helps support a school in Karenni State, providing supplies and teacher stipends to give the kids a chance to study and thrive.

Other gifts include rice for a lifetime at $30, $40 hygiene packs, $50 buys a pig, and you can help start a school for $100. For $200 you can support a Bible school student for one month. $500 purchases medicine for people inside the ethnic areas of Burma. This gift will go toward a unit of medicine (enough for 3000 people) for a relief team for local clinics and village health workers.

Even more important, as you help purchase these needed items, you're ensure that the Gospel is being presented to those who may not otherwise hear it.

When you purchase a gift, you'll be able to download a card and write on it the item that you've purchased on behalf of "Someone Special" in your life. The card also explains how Partners Relief and Development is making a positive impact in the lives of children in Burma.

If you'd like to invest in the people of Burma this Valentine's Day, click here.

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