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Distribution Volunters: How Does It Work?

Distribution Volunteers are needed all over the world to help the sick and the poor by giving them free HopeMedicine. They are also asked to give feedback and testimonials about improvement or any other effects of HopeMedicine on people’s health when possible in order to help spread the word.

Distribution Volunteers are set with a free 50 ml bottle of energized water (1000 drops) after they are accepted. During their visit to the poor, they put one drop of this energized water into one 500 ml bottle of water, write the name of the patient on it and give it to the patient, along with dosage instructions. Patients will also need a simple measuring tool to take the exact dosage.

Distribution Volunteers can provide a 500 ml bottle of water, or require for the patients to buy it themselves. 

All instructions are provided upon candidate acceptance as a HopeMedicine Distribution Volunteer.

Apply through the form below.

Volunteer Application Form

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