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YZGenerations Cares About: Seniors

Needy Seniors Receive A Portion of Net Profits

Would you like to choose between food and prescriptions?
Putting on the lights instead of feeding yourself?
Skipping meals to buy a grandchild a birthday present?
Sitting alone in malls because air conditioning costs too much?

Those are the questions the average American retired senior has to ask themselves everyday.
They live on a fixed income. In 2017 their social security check will increase by a whopping
¼ of 1%.

One of every three seniors live alone and have a taxable monthly income of:
Social security retirement check is only $1,340 per month
Less mandatory Medicare Plan B in the amount of $104 a month
Income from savings is $343 a month
Total monthly income $1,579

How much can they spend on Rent? Food? Utilities? Prescriptions? Doctor visits? Dentist?

YZGenerations has pledged to give directly to retired individuals in most need. Some of those grandparents living alone will be able to enjoy life a little better than they are now.

YZGenerations Cares About:

Supporting Homeless Veterans

Veteran homelessness not only affects those who experienced the Iraqi and Afghanistan wars, but also includes people who served in Vietnam, Korea and even during World War II. Vets serving in the Vietnam and the post-Vietnam era have the greatest risk of becoming homeless, according to the National Alliance to End Homelessness. The estimated number today is 49,000.

These are some of the facts why YZGenerations will donate a portion of net profits to this group of heroes:
More than 40 percent of homeless vets are between ages 31 and 50.
About one-third of homeless veterans were stationed in a war zone at some time. Two-thirds of homeless vets served their country for at least three years.
Poverty, lack of support from groups or networks, and substandard housing put about 1.4 million veterans at risk for homelessness.
Returning veterans are twice as likely to become chronically homeless as other Americans, according to Veterans Inc. Women veterans are four times as likely to become homeless as male veterans.
More than 50 percent of homeless veterans suffer from disabilities. About two-thirds of them have substance abuse issues.

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