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January grants include $100,000 for research

GreaterGood.org announced grants totaling more than $970,000 were given to 97 charities in January, including $100,000 to Mayo Clinic for breast cancer research. Funding for these grants came from the Gifts That Give More™ and other programs found at the GreaterGood Network websites as well as direct donations to GreaterGood.org.

In 2011, GreaterGood.org gave more than $3.1 million to 111 charities operating in the United States and worldwide. Grants focused on eight major cause areas: hunger and poverty relief, breast cancer research and programs helping women receive free mammograms, animal rescue, help for homeless veterans, aid for families coping with autism, children’s health programs, literacy, and rainforest preservation.

Since 1999, the GreaterGood Network has contributed more than $26 million to charity worldwide.

Donations funded through The Breast Cancer Site's "Click Here To Give" program go to the National Breast Cancer Foundation to underwrite free mammogram programs. Additional grants from Gifts That Give More [tm] were directed to programs assisting women with breast cancer went to Hope For Two, Patients Access Network, and University of Michigan's Helping Hands program.

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