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Kimberly's Summit in Solidarity Fundraising Page

Join the Movement!

Thank you for working alongside me and Partners In Health to build the movement for the right to health. Together, we are engaged with a network of dedicated volunteer teams across the country working to demand that the right to health be protected for all people, everywhere.

To me, this work is all about my personal values.

Children should not die of vaccine-preventable illness. Cancer should not go undiagnosed and untreated. Tuberculosis can be cured.

We can work together to make sure this is the case. I've set a goal of raising $500 to help bring quality health care to people in some of the poorest communities around the world. Please chip in $5, $10, $20...or whatever you can afford, to help me reach my goal.

This fundraiser is specifically for our annual Summit in Solidarity. Myself along with other members of the PIH Engage Philly team will be going on an 8.5 mile hike on June 11 in solidarity with the many community health workers who work to support Partner in Health's mission to bring health care to the most rural areas around the world. They walk countless miles every day in every terrain and type of weather imaginable to reach those in need. This event is to commemorate their hard work and their commitment to providing health as a human right. 

If you are interested in joining us, please let me know and I can provide more information. All are welcome! We just ask that any participants make a $20 donation. 

"No data in the world, no good vaccine, no potent medicine will get to the poorest of the poor without you. There will be no equity without solidarity. There will be no justice without a social movement."
- Dr. Joia Mukherjee, Chief Medical Officer, Partners In Health

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