Community Businesses Come Together in Support of #GivingTuesdayNow Campaign

Two community businesses have come together during these challenging times to support Altenheim Senior Living, a not-for-profit life plan community in Strongsville, OH. Dan Cricks, of Results Marketing and Connor Brostek of Pins and Needles Sewing Shop collaborated to donate over 180 masks for the residents.

This generous donation comes during a global effort, #GivingTuesdayNow, an emergency response to the unprecedented need caused by COVID-19. It is an opportunity to use the power of generosity to connect and heal. The official day will be May 5, 2020, but donations may be made anytime.

Altenheim is grateful to accept the donation from Results Marketing and Pins and Needles as the lead gift in the #GivingTuesdayNow Campaign.

For more information on how you can donate, go to www.altenheim.com/givingtuesday or Altenheim’s Facebook page.

THANK YOU

St. John Neumann Lady’s Guild donated 80 cloth masks for residents.

Two donors, who wish to remain anonymous have made gifts to Altenheim from the proceeds of their stimulus checks. One gift will be directed to the Meals on Wheels program. The other is a Thank you for the wonderful care a loved one is receiving from our dedicated staff.

Strongsville City Schools donated gloves, cleaning supplies and hand sanitizers

Divinity Lutheran Church donated cloth face masks for the residents

Wendy Damato donated cloth face masks for the staff

Bench Mark Industrial
Sales Rep: Clayton Hughes
One case of N95 Masks

David Ferencz
3M masks

Mr. Glenn Hutchison
$1,000 for Meals on Wheels
This is especially meaningful, as there has been a 24% increase in MOW since COVID-19

$38 from Joan Brasdovich which will purchase a box of surgical masks

The volunteers from Strongsville Women’s League who continue their volunteer service with delivery of MOW