We are overwhelmed with gratitude for everyone who has contributed to Operation Good Samaritan. On Tuesday, May 5, 2020 we transition into planning for the increased need for services for our neighbors. Over 40% of unemployment applicants have been denied, businesses are opening slower than bills are piling up, and families, many of whom were already living paycheck to paycheck, are scared of hunger and homelessness.
This is why we are focused on culminating these efforts with the Good Samaritan Giving Challenge. Bank of America, AdventHealth, and Florida Blue have partnered with us to match gifts up to $50,000 so we can put the necessary funds to work for families impacted by the COVID-19 crisis. Whether you are a business or an individual, there is a way to participate.
Join Bank of America, AdventHealth, and Florida Blue in partnering with The Sharing Center to support our neighbors in need impacted by COVID-19. On May 5, 2020, we will unite to make a greater impact in our community; helping to provide urgently needed financial assistance and other essential resources. We will list your company’s name on our Community Impact Partner webpage and feature it on social media to showcase the important and life-changing ways your company is rising to help those critically in need during these uncertain times.
Plus, when your employees make a donation to The Sharing Center now through May 5, our Day of Giving, their gift will be tripled – matched up to $50,000 by our community impact partners AND matched by YOUR COMPANY! DOWNLOAD EMPLOYEE FLYER
Your urgently needed gift can help families and individuals reeling from the economic impacts of the Coronavirus pandemic. This crisis has been life-changing for us all – but for far too many it has been devastating. The Sharing Center is preparing to help as many families as we can and with your help, together we can!
A compassionate gift from you will mean the difference between a hot meal and going to bed hungry or heading towards a fate of homelessness. Today, through Tuesday, May 5, you can bring hope back to someone’s life – a family member, a loved neighbor, your child’s teacher, a grocery store employee, or your favorite restaurant server. Let’s stick together as a community and help each other through these very difficult times.