What's Happening with 3G?
3G had the awesome opportunity to talk to its 2020 "I Am 3G!" Scholarship winners Christen, Nyla and Kai. These ladies completed their first semester at college and came back to tell us all about it. Check out the entire conversation in the video above on our YouTube page.
THANK YOU! to all who participated in and/or donated for 3G's "Run for Relief" Virtual 5K. It was a huge success! Proceeds were donated to the Covenant House, an organization that provides relief to homeless children and helps prevent human trafficking.
Click here to check out video and pictures of our participants.
Congratulations to this year's "I Am 3G!" scholarship recipients. Check out our Scholarships page for details.
Helping Community during COVID-19
3G is so honored that we were able to bless four local families, many with single moms, currently out of work due to the coronavirus pandemic with $50 Visa gift cards.
Thank you to our donors for helping make this possible!
THANK YOU! Our toiletries drive for homeless women in February was a huge success! We donated these two extra-large bins to the N Street Village for women in Washington, DC this week. Thank you to everyone that donated items or money for this drive. Your contributions will help many women in need.
You don't have to be anyone but yourself. Who you are is enough.
You are beautiful, smart and loved!
A Prosthetic for Re’Nyiah
In January 2019, fifteen days before Re’Nyiah Ford’s SWEET 16th birthday, she was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma Cancer in her left femur bone. Her friends enjoyed their sweet 16 participating in all types of exciting life activities and fun travel, while she spent her sweet 16 fighting for her life with Cancer. Enduring an entire year filled with Kaiser Oncology appointments or being rushed to Children's Hospital emergency room, God helped her make it through 10 rounds of chemotherapy treatments and long-term feedings through a tube in her nose. Unfortunately, this ordeal ended in her leg being amputated.
Her biggest hope is to be able to get a prosthetic leg. When she gets a prosthetic leg, one of her goals is to return to school and work hard to recover missed credits due to her health condition. She really wants to graduate on time with her class. Another goal is to participate in a running marathon for Childhood Cancer.
But Re’Nyiah needs our help. She and her mother are raising money to pay for continuing medical related expenses for a prosthetic leg, medicine, therapy and training, and intensive tutoring. Every donation, no matter how large or small, helps. To help Re’Nyiah, please donate on her GoFundMe page: https://www.gofundme.com/f/renyiah039s-prosthesis.