In fact, the Foundation provides over 30 different support services designed to assistance those in need. There are doctors and nurses to keep the homeless well. Support programs like gamblers and alcoholics anonymous guide those who’ve suffered addiction. There’s also legal and welfare advice, not to mention utility assistance, food parcels, laundry services and literacy programs, just to name a few.
It’s all designed to help break the poverty cycle; to provide a suite of wrap-around care services. These care services help not only in the short term, but in the long term too – opening the door to a better future.