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www.CampusBookRentals.com is Making People Smile

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As a mother I know that nothing is more precious then seeing your baby smile. I heard once that a smile is more contagious then the flu and can brighten any day. If you think about it, nothing could be more true. Have you ever walked by someone and they smiled?? Most likely you smiled back and it made you think. Sadly all over the world there are beautiful children who lack that smile. Not because they are sad or have no reason to smile.It is because they can't smile either from a medical deformity or because they just don't feel they are pretty because of something they were born with. Operation Smile is out to change that, for as little as $240 they are preforming life changing operations to children with cleft Plates and cleft lips.
Now you are wondering about my title right?? What does Campus Book Rentals have to do with giving a child a smile?? www.CampusBookRentals.com is donating 1,000 life saving operations in their partnership with Operation Smile. I have to say there could be no more of a noble thing for a company to do! You to can make a difference. You don't need to send $240 alone, after all any amount counts and they all add up. There are so many way to help give a smile. You can find them all HERE and if you are not able to help please at least share this post! Help a mother feel that joy of seeing her child smile :O)

Comments

Tricia said…
I think this is such a great thing that campusbookrentals is doing. There are so many children out there that have problems that cannot get fixed due to their parents not being able to afford it. Wonderful thing they are doing!
Unknown said…
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online resource for Renting, Selling, and Searching Text books online. One of the largest wholesalers of college textbooks

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