How can we give on #GivingTuesday when life is so much of a struggle in itself? In a ‘normal’ year, we may deal with health or financial struggles but this year we are dealing with both at the same time and much more! However when life is at one of its lowest points, this is when we need to come together as a community and the world the most!
Tuesday December 1st is #GivingTuesday, a day for us to all come together as a worldwide community joining millions around the world participating in the global generosity movement, unleashing the power of people and organizations to transform their communities and their world.
We have been living with the Coronavirus pandemic for 10 months now. Not knowing if we may be a carrier and need to protect others from ourselves or the concerns of being diagnosed and in the worst case scenario, hospitalized while fighting for life.
There are the concerns and national issues regarding others not choosing to wear a mask. Should businesses remain open with risks of spreading? Can businesses remain and withstand this economic difficulty? Can people with medical concerns and in the midst of treatments receive the care they need?
Are people not obtaining the medical care for early diagnosis because they have had to cancel their appointments and testing?
All of our concerns and fears are an even more formidable issue as our country and government is unstable and our country so divided. Do we follow our local, state or presidential leadership or do we follow what we read from scientists? Should there be a worldwide plan to fight this pandemic and keep everyone safe?
Our hope is that during this turbulent and difficult time we can find ways to help each other through it all. Whatever your contributions are this GivingTuesday, your support for HIS Breast Cancer Awareness will help educate people all over the world and in turn, will help save lives! Your donation will make sure that everyone knows men can be diagnosed with male breast cancer, learn more about hereditary cancers and understand the symptoms for early detection. Unfortunately a higher percentage of men will die from breast cancer than women because it is found when it is much further progressed. Knowledge is power!
This #GivingTuesday, helps build a world in which the catalytic power of generosity is at the heart of the society we build together around the globe. Your help can be financial, through volunteering, providing emotional support and educating. If you'd like to help, email us at email@example.com
Happy and Healthy Holidays to all
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Modeh Ani- We Are Thankful