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iCare Financial and Project Main Street are Teaming Up to Ease the Financial Burden for Victims of ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease) through donations.
Date:9/3/2014

Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) September 03, 2014

In their newest campaign, iCare Financial and Project Main Street are working together to help ease the financial burden on victims with the terminal disease called Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig Disease). For each consumer plan processed through the iCare Financial Program, iCare will donate $1 towards Project Main Street’s mission.

Project Main Street was founded by Tim Sheehy in 2007, a young 35 year old entrepreneur, husband and new father was diagnosed with ALS and only given an estimated 3 years to live. Tim unfortunately passed in April 2007 like so many diagnosed with ALS. 80% of ALS’ victims die in the first 3 years and the rare 20% remaining may live 5 years or more. Although Tim is no longer with us, his fight and his passion continue to help individuals and their families through Project Main Street, which is now maintained by his friends and family. This non-profit organization thrives off of the support of their volunteers and donations. If you would like to learn more or contribute to Project Main Street, please visit projectmainst.org or email them at [info@projectmainst.org.

Help iCare Financial contribute a great monetary boost to Project Main Street’s mission of lifting the financial burden left upon ALS victims. The proceeds raised will be used to issue grants to help individuals ease the financial burden often associated with this debilitating and invariably fatal neurological disease. The funding will allow victims to add the necessary equipment to their homes and vehicles, these tools are essential to their simple day to day routine and help to improve their last years and quality of life. All donations to Project Main Street lands in the hands of people in need.

About iCare Financial
iCare Financial is a national financial organization in the dental patient financing, medical patient financing, plastic surgery patient financing, veterinary patient financing and automotive repair financing verticals. iCare Financial offers consumers and patients financial programs with no credit check for businesses and medical practices wanting to service more patients and customers. Instead of offering patients and customers another credit card, iCare offers businesses and medical practices a unique payment solution on one platform that accepts all patients and customers. To learn more visit the website at http://www.icarefinancialcorp.com

Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/ProjectMainStreet/iCare/prweb12125901.htm.


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