[Canberrauav] Fwd: Help us reach the unreachable
james at auturgy.com.au
Sun May 31 10:42:08 AEST 2015
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> From: Uplift Aeronautics <info at uplift.aero>
> Date: 31 May 2015 09:29:51 AEST
> To: <james at auturgy.com.au>
> Subject: Help us reach the unreachable
> Reply-To: Uplift Aeronautics <info at uplift.aero>
> Help us reach the unreachable
> In war-torn Ukraine, hospitals are running out of medicine because aid cannot get through. In Yemen, medications are unavailable for cancer patients and supplies of insulin are running low for diabetics. UNICEF is warning of a vaccination crisis because cold storage chains are breaking down. In Syria, vast numbers of innocents remain under siege, as violent groups continue to use starvation and medical deprivation as weapons. The international community has no safe or reliable way to bring medical aid into the heart of these war-torn countries.
> Uplift Aeronautics and the Syria Airlift Project are seeking to change that. Our drones can deliver medical supplies and other humanitarian aid to otherwise inaccessible populations. To carry our work forward we need to conduct field trials this summer, and to do that, we need your support.
> We have three days left in our fundraising campaign and are at 50% of our goal. Crowdfunding campaigns typically bring in most of their donations in the final three days, but we need your help. Please consider a donation to help us reach the unreachable. You can also help by spreading the word.
> Thank you for your support and generosity. What we are doing is not easy, and it is only possible thanks to the support of people like you.
> Learn more about the Syria Airlift Project
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> Our mailing address is:
> Uplift Aeronautics
> PO Box 20024
> Stanford, CA 94309
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