Cause: Medical & Healthcare

Alice Praylow receives her first new electric wheelchair from Giants of Generosity. Left is her nephew, then D. Jane Albanese, Alice Praylow and her husband and Bettina Fowler standing on the right is a GOG board member. Read More

Published by: - 05/15/2017

Sister Pat Coyle of the Franciscan Convent on Knickerbocker Rd. in Tenafly, NJ receives a wheelchair for another Sister who is becoming more frail, and is in need of a wheelchair to navigate the beautiful grounds of the convent. D. Jane Albanese of Giants of Generosity is pictured on the left. Read More

Published by: - 05/09/2017

Randee Villardi of GOG standing next to Dusty Groody, a purple heart veteran associated with the Combat Wounded of Penn and NJ. This wonderful organization donated a new wheelchair for JoAnn Bologra of Bergenfield. Bettina Fowler (standing on the right) is a Giants of Generosity board member. Read More

Published by: - 01/07/2017

Days after Carol and Sal Caneriato celebrated their 50th Wedding Anniversary, Carol fell down her basement stairs, landing on her face. She broke many facial bones, cracked her skull, broke both wrists, and several ribs. Upon returning home from the four-week hospital stay, Giants of Generosity provided a stair lift, through Handi-Lift Inc.  Read More

Published by: - 11/25/2016

The joy expressed on Art Matarazzo’s face, says it all. Elaine Adler (L) co-founder of the Adler Aphasia Center of Maywood, NJ is featured here with Art Matarazzo in his brand new electric wheelchair donated by Giants of Generosity, through the generosity of two purple heart recipients, Bob Lord and Bruce Boice (back row) of the Combat Wounded of Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Read More

Published by: - 10/20/2016

Purple Heart Veterans Bruce Boice and Bob Lord along with Julia Torres, who is also a veteran, joined forces to help make this wheelchair gift to the Adler Aphasia Center of Maywood, NJ possible. The Adler Aphasia Center is for people suffering with aphasia that robs one of the ability to communicate, Read More

Published by: - 10/20/2016

Angela injured her ankle while being evacuated during Hurricane Sandy. After being poorly handled in a rehab facility, she developed a very large pressure ulcer on the backside of her hip. After numerous attempts, she was unable to acquire the proper hospital bed from Medicare.  Giants of Generosity negotiated a reduced price on a bariatric hospital bed and had it delivered, Read More

Published by: - 08/16/2016

While Conrado awaits a kidney transplant, it was determined that an exterior elevator would be needed to help him get out of his home to his dialysis treatments. We were deeply moved when James Boydston of Handi-Lift, Inc. in Carlstadt, NJ donated and installed a $14,000 elevator. Labor was provided by G & Read More

Published by: - 01/06/2016

Brian was diagnosed with a brain tumor and suffered a stroke. After three brain surgeries, he was accepted into Dr. John S. Yu’s potentially life-saving clinical trial at Cedars Sinai – Los Angeles where patients receive a cutting-edge, cancer vaccine called ICT-107. Giants of Generosity helped facilitate Brian’s five trips to the clinical trial that has helped extend his life. Read More

Published by: - 10/06/2014

Patrick’s car was hit head-on at 60 miles an hour on Rt. 287. He suffered severe injuries to his lower extremities, and was airlifted to Hackensack Medical Center. His job terminated him, and he lost his medical insurance. After fully depleting the insurance from the young driver who hit him, Giants of Generosity paid his Cobra insurance premiums for fifteen months. Read More

Published by: - 02/06/2013

Eamonn was electrocuted by a downed high voltage line that left him wheelchair bound. Their home required retrofitting so he would have access to a bathroom and bedroom. The community raised $33,000 to help pay for building materials. Giants of Generosity contacted the National Association of the Remodeling Industry, who donated more than $135,000 in labor and materials.  Read More

Published by: - 07/08/2012

After Eamonn was electrocuted by a downed high voltage line that left him wheelchair bound. Giants of Generosity contacted the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI), who brought in more than 30 contractors to do the retrofitting and remodeling of his home, making it wheelchair accessible.  Read More

Published by: - 07/08/2012