“I Will Survive” disco queen shows support for homeless help

Gloria Gaynor, the famous disco queen of “I Will Survive” fame, released a clip showing support for Changing Lives. This Boca Raton nonprofit helps homeless people who are ready to change their lives and become self-reliant.

Investments Limited’s Jim Batmasian, started the nonprofit in 2019.

We were humbled by the fact that Changing Lives was chosen, especially because we’re a grassroots organization. We’re not sure what will happen next. But to raise awareness of the homeless issue, at the state level, the county level, even the interfaith level has always been an issue. The Covid-19 crisis has just increased job insecurity, she added.

Will Changing Lives keep in touch with Gaynor? “Yes, through Todd and her agent to keep her informed. She didn’t make any promises.

Changing Lives provides temporary housing/shelter; food, clothes, toiletries, hot showers, haircuts; access to rehabilitation and mental health programs; referrals to job training, trade school and other services.

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