We need your partnership to help with our mission. Global Charity Partners' mission is to raise money for women in active Breast Cancer Treatment. Over the last 2 years, we have seen an increase in the need to help women that have been diagnosed with Breast Cancer. We have launched a Campaign to raise $1,000,000 by October 31, 2019. Our goal is to help current patients and survivors to live and maintain a healthy lifestyle, as they focus on survival. We help patients through education, mental, and financial support.
We welcome sponsorship from corporations to help us with our goal. We are looking for monetary contributions to assist with educational workshops, one-time grants to patients, and breast cancer awareness campaigns.
Our programs are only made possible through the generous funding we have received from members of our community and family and friends. In addition to monetary donations, this year we are also seeking donations to help patients with personal bills and household items they can use in their everyday life. Treating cancer and maintenance can be extremely expensive and Global Charity Partners would like to help these women and families bridge the financial gap.
Breast Cancer treatment expected to increase to $20.5 billion by 2020 which is higher than any other cancer. Approximately 11% of women ages 19 to 64 (approximately 10.5 million women) were uninsured in 2016.
Did You Know...
In 2010, nearly half (48%) of U.S. women (about 45 million) reported that they did not fill a prescription for medicine, visit a doctor when sick, or receive recommended care in the past year because of the expense.
According to reports the role of women in the United States has changed dramatically over the past few decades. For one, more and more women have taken on new responsibilities outside the home by joining the paid workforce. While women made up only about one-third of the workforce in 1969, women today make up almost half of all workers in the United States. Women are also stepping up to lead the country; a record number of women ran for public office in 2012, and a record-high percentage of women are serving in Congress. In addition to making progress on issues of economics and leadership, women have made progress on health issues, which impact women’s personal well-being, as well as their economic security.
Help us help our mothers, sisters, aunts, cousins, and friends. No one should have to make a choice between living or dying because of finances.