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The above-mentioned interpretation of the phrase may not be complete in itself. If in the above interpretation the parents completely ignore their children and devote themselves completely in helping others then will their children still like to help others? The answer will be no because they would think that these people are keeping them away from their parents. Also, they would rather hate them.
According to a DATA USA (2018) report, Pinellas County, Florida has a population of approximately 975,280 people. Households have a median annual income of only $52,198 which is less than the median income of $61,937 across the United States. With the collaboration of community thought leaders, community volunteers and healthcare professionals, healthcare organizations and government agencies, The Stephanie A. Wynn Foundation, Inc., are dedicated to improving the health and well-being of economically disenfranchised African Americans who are diagnosed with Inflammatory Bowel Disease. The Stephanie A. Wynn Foundation aims to strengthen the network to bring patients, doctors, and community thought leaders…
About UsAbout Us The Stephanie A. Wynn Foundation, Inc.™️ a 501(c)(3) non profit organization was established in 2021 after the founder Stephanie Wynn her near-death experience, with Inflammatory Bowel Disease, specifically Crohn’s Disease. This experience caused her to have an even greater appreciation for her survival and a deeper understanding of the need to provide healthcare and financial resources for improving the health and wellness of economically disenfranchised African Americans and other marginalized communities living with chronic Inflammatory Bowel Disease(IBD). Our Mission To eliminate healthcare and financial disparities in underserved African American and other marginalized communities suffering from Inflammatory Bowel Diseases,…