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Myeloma Minute - December 3, 2004


12.03.04

WHAT'S NEWS

HOLIDAY BOUTIQUE
Leading Internet Retailers Donate Portion of Sales to IMF

It's that time of year, and no matter what holiday you celebrate, it's a good bet that gifts and travel are going to be involved. Whether you are planning to spend a little or a lot, why not take some of the commercialism out of the holidays by doing some serious good every time you shop? Many of the internet's most popular merchants—places you would patronize anyway—will donate a portion of your purchases to the IMF if you enter their sites using the links on our Shop For The IMF page or the special links below.

  • Holiday Wine Vests
    Just in time for the holidays, IMFer Caethe Goetz has created these adorable vests for wine bottles. A portion of each sa
    le will be donated to the IMF.

  • Michael Tuohy's CD of his Song "I'm Not Leavin'"
    Michael Tuohy wrote this uplifting song for his two young children to reassure them that he would win his battle with cancer. There are two versions on the CD, on one there is a gentle acoustic version and on the other Michael rocks. 100% of the proceeds of this CD are being donated to the IMF.

  • The Multiple Myeloma Awareness Bracelet
    IMFer Kristi Difford makes these beautiful custom bracelets to grace the wrists of those who have joined the struggle against Multiple Myeloma.

  • The Catlett Card Series
    The Catlett Cards are designed by Irma Catlett in memory of her husband Lou. All proceeds go to support the programs of the IMF.




Help Us Help Others...
As a non-profit organization, the IMF is completely dependent on the support of our members. Tax-deductible donations in honor of a friend or family member make great gifts and are a wonderful way to celebrate a special occasion. You can donate online or by calling the IMF at (800) 452-CURE. We sincerely thank you for your support.


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