Leprosy Support Program

Leprosy Support Program

$50

Many say that leprosy is a disease of the past, a threat that has been virtually eliminated by modern medicine. But in the impoverished nation of India, approximately 130,000 new cases of leprosy are reported every year, resulting in the banishment of thousands to the lowest caste of society . . . where they are considered less than human . . . destined for a life of hopelessness and despair.

Today, you can be a part of reaching some of the world’s most destitute people with help that can save lives and hope that can give freedom for years to come.

Your generous gift will help heal lepers in India with multi-drug treatment programs, medical care, preventative support, and critical necessities like food, clean water, blankets, and medical supplies needed for survival. It will also allow the lives of the children of lepers to be saved—releasing them from the pain of this terrible affliction through preventative actions. Along with helping meet the physical needs of these suffering individuals, our programs are committed to restoring hope by sharing the good news of the Gospel.

$50 can treat and support 10 lepers for one month
$250 can treat and support 10 leper families for one month
$1,000 can treat and support 40 leper families for one month
$6,000 can treat and support 100 leper families for an entire year

Designation Policy: World Help is a 501(c)(3) organization, so your gift qualifies as a tax-deductible charity contribution for federal income tax purposes. World Help is fully accountable for all donated funds and will honor your gift designation preferences when specified. However, if a project is discontinued or overfunded, your gift will be designated for a similar program where it will make the greatest impact. You can access World Help’s full financial reports at worldhelp.net/financials. You may also request a hard copy as well as descriptions of this and other programs by calling 800-541-6691.

We're a Christian humanitarian organization serving the physical and spiritual needs of people in impoverished communities around the world.

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