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The Biking Bishop is in the center of a very large project to bring change to millions around the world. Connect with him as he completes the final 4800 miles of cycling for change. His seriousness to bring change is a big part of who he is. In hopes of being a big impact he has lunched a $10.0 or more campaign to get global support. Lets all give to show our concern for the least of theses through the world.
The power of caring people can change the WORLD!
HUNGER - HOMELESSNESS
Most of us (as blacks) to say the least, knows what it is to come up poor; so poor that the last two letters were dropped off making us “po”. Yet, here in America, the supposedly “greatest” country in the free world has some of the “greatest” insurmountable amount of homeless people aside from just poor people. Just alone in one of the largest cities in the United States (Los Angeles, California) there are over 80,000+ homeless people alone living in one downtown district area called, “Skid Row”. People of all walks of life and of every nationality try to survive down there. They’re single mothers (with and without their children), children without either parents or guardians there, the old, the young, the educated and the illiterate, those that have a piece of a job and those that can’t get a job. To say the least, there are also our veterans that after serving their country; risking life, body and soul to receive only a “thank you for your service on Veteran’s Day” and often times not even that. Bishop knows all too well both sides of the spectrum. He knows what it is to be homeless, hopeless, that no one cares and human-less, that your worth don’t count among the rest of society. I mean after all, isn’t it amazing how we care more about an animal than we do about human rights and human survival? Bishop grew up in the poorest conditions as most (African Americans) back in the day, in the red line districts of the ghettoes, with parents that hardly made enough money to make all ends meet. But he had a fight from within not to become a part of the status quo, but he did. However, he didn’t allow his circumstances to prevaricate the outcome. In his book, “Been There, Done Dat…Got the T-Shirt” he draws you into his world of beat down, pushed down, got up, knocked down and come back. A story of persistence, determination and will power of not giving up or letting go of the dream from within.
SENIORS - VETERANS LIVING
Millions of veterans encounter health challenges every day, often as a direct result of their service.
According to a recent survey of injured post-9/11 veterans, 94 percent experienced physical injuries that are considered severe, 91 percent live with severe mental health conditions, and nearly a third need aid and attendance with everyday activities because of their injuries. Particularly on Veterans Day, significant attention is warranted for ensuring the health, comfort and safety of veterans and their family members.
AUTISM - DOWN SYNDROME
1 in 160 children worldwide has an autism spectrum disorder. (Autism Research, 2012)
About 1 in 54 U.S. children have an autism diagnosis. (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2020)
Autism was prevalent in nearly 2% of 8-year-old children in 2016. ...
Autism was four times more prevalent among boys than among girls as of 2016 in the U.S. (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2020)
SICKLE CELL-LUPUS - CANCER
Sickle cell disease (SCD), one of the hemoglobinopathies, is a group of blood disorders typically inherited. The most common type is known as sickle cell anaemia. It results in an abnormality in the oxygen-carrying protein haemoglobin found in red blood cells. This leads to a rigid, sickle-like shape under certain circumstances. Problems in sickle cell disease typically begin around 5 to 6 months of age. A number of health problems may develop, such as attacks of pain (known as a sickle cell crisis), anemia, swelling in the hands and feet, bacterial infections, and stroke. Long-term pain may develop as people get older. The average life expectancy in the developed world is 40 to 60 years.
ILLITERACY - EDUCATION
In contrast, 46% of adults in the U.S. have a literacy proficiency at or above Level 3. Adults at Levels 3, 4 and 5 have varying degrees of proficiency in understanding, interpreting and synthesizing information from multiple, complex texts to infer meaning and draw conclusions.
VETERANS - PHYSICAL DISABILITIES
Physical disability indicates any physical limitations or disabilities that inhibit the physical function of one or more limbs of a certain person. It can be temporary or permanent. The causes of this kind of disease are various. Any person can acquire it through accident, injury, illness post-surgery effects and heredity
Education is the foundation for The City of Life Foundation. We will provide individuals an opportunity to learn how to read, write and spell. We will offer the High School equivalency (GED) program along with basic tutoring. This program will also be geared towards redeeming the high percentage of High School drop-outs across the state. These services will be for all ages and are available according to schedules. Help us build upon this foundation the minds of those that lack in this area of their lives. By going back to school in itself will be self-gratifying in getting back on the road to success.
By uniting with private and public businesses The City Life Foundation will be able to provide entry-level training jobs, seminars and workshops to those who society have written off as "unemployable"; by enhancing their God-given talents.
The City of Life Foundation will provide adequate temporary housing for our enrolled training VIP clients and seniors. After completing our program; six to twelve months later, they will go through other partnering housing programs such as Habitat for Humanities and others. Each will be awarded additional temporary and/or permanent residence for an additional year leading toward owning their new home.
Our compassion is also geared towards those seniors with special needs. Those that are feeling embarrassed because of loved ones with this mental condition can rest assure that we have not forgotten them. We are looking to erect a research center.as well as an educational facility that gives care and provides a nurturing environment.