Smile Network: How to help

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Smile Network is a Minnesota-based non-profit, humanitarian organization that provides life-changing, reconstructive surgeries and related healthcare services to impoverished children and young adults in developing countries.

In just 45 minutes and for just $500, Smile Network can provide a child with a happier, healthier future.

You can help.

Last week, BringMeTheNews CEO and founder – and Smile Chairman – Rick Kupchella was part of a mission trekking in Peru to raise money and awareness for the organization. Donate to his effort here.

You can trek, too. For more information on Smile missions, click here.

Donate online to the organization here. Or donate by mail (make checks out to Smile Network):

Smile Network International
211 North First Street, Suite 150
Minneapolis, MN 55401

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