Help the homeless FIGHT CANCER

The GGI Foundation cares about those with cancer and without a home.

There are over 600,000 homeless people in the U.S.. Slightly more than a third are living in cars or under bridges. Over 100,000 of those that are homeless are children, and over 50,000 of those homeless are veterans.

The amount of homeless who have cancer is unknown because of the low quality healthcare they receive, if any at all.

One eighth of the nation’s supply of low-income housing has been permanently lost since 2001. The U.S. needs at least 7 million more affordable apartments for low-income families.  The GGI Foundation raises funds for homeless and low-income families to receive early detection screenings and shelter during treatment.

 

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