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====== Support us / Join up ====== The links below describe how you may support or join The Global Ability Initiative. Any support given to The Global Ability Initiative will ultimately benefit the entire range of projects within The Global Ability Initative. The Global Ability Initiative is currently actively participating in development of the OpenCardio project at OpenCardio.org - as well as the projects housed here at globability.org If you only wish to support one specific member project within The Global Ability Initiative be sure to make this clear when giving your support and please specify your reasons for this. <HTML> <br /> </HTML> [[Volunteering]] - In depth information on volunteering opportunities. [[Individual donations]] - How us as a private individual can support The Global Ability Initiative monetarily. [[Equipment donations]] - Equipment that if donated can propel us forward. [[Endorsement]] - How you can help by endorsing our project. [[Sponsoring]] - Information on sponsoring The Global Ability Initiative. [[Cooperation]] - Cooperating with us, aside from volunteering your efforts.

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