CLC’s 7th Annual Give a Hand Campaign

Your Impact  |  September 1, 2020

The enormous heart Christian Living Communities team members have for residents is visible each day in the exceptional care and services they provide. But if you haven’t had the opportunity to witness that heart firsthand, here’s another clear example of how generous they are.

Christian Living Communities just wrapped up its 7th annual Give a Hand employee giving campaign, and this year, 80 associates joined together and pledged $29,204.74 to help either residents in need through the Resident Assistance Fund, team members through the Employee Scholarship Fund or support the organization’s greatest need through the General Mission Fund.

Lisa Den Braber, Lead Billing Specialist at the EPSO shares why she gives in this short video you can watch here.

Additionally, for the sixth year in a row, Bellco Credit Union partnered with us on this campaign with a gift of $8,000 to the General Mission Fund bringing the total raised to over $37,000. Thank you Bellco, and thank you to our kind and generous team members. We Celebrate You!

Read more about how CLC-Cappella team members care for residents during this unprecedented time here.

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