In times like these, we love seeing our community come together to help wherever they can! We wanted to recognize a few of our clients, share some of the good that is happening each and everyday, and let you know how you can help if you are able to.
JR Automation: In just six days, JR Automation (in partnership with General Motors) built an assembly line with customized machinery that can produce 50,000 medical face masks each day! Their first set of much needed masks are expected to be delivered to front line workers on April 8th.
Coppercraft Distillery: Coppercraft committed to producing approximately 10,000 gallons of hand sanitizer to be distributed to local hospitals and health care providers. With Holland Hospital going through at least four times the normal amount used, we know this will be extremely helpful!
Kids Food Basket: With the children of our community not being able to rely on school meals, Kids Food Basket has done great work to continue to ensure that they are properly nourished. If you are willing and able, they are accepting donations at the link above in order to be able to stay on the front lines in fighting hunger during this time.
Community Action House: Community Action House is also working hard in order to feed the families of our community. With a substantial increase in need, they are challenging everyone to join the fight against hunger and pack a family food box right from home. All you have to do is visit the link above to see the detailed instructions and what to include in the box. PLUS, if you pack a family food box and post about it on social media (tagging Community Action House and using #StayHomeFightHunger), we will be donating $10 for each family that participates. Along with Lakewood Construction – PeopleIT, The Insurance Group, Holland Doctors of Audiology, and Mike Goorhouse and Family are also matching for a total of $45 per family food box!
We know there are so many great individuals, companies, and organizations that are doing their part to help in this time of need, and for that we are grateful. Thank you to those mentioned and every single other person on the front line working to take care of our communities!