Your Impact | February 4, 2022
In 2021, you provided financial support and peace of mind to 28 team members through the Critical Needs Fund. Your gifts provided emergency assistance to those facing unforeseen hardships this past year. By recognizing this need, you helped team members pay for housing, car repairs, utilities, and medical bills. This type of funding goes beyond a “helping hand.” It relieves stress and worry for associates, and they are so grateful to you.
Navigating yet another difficult year due to the pandemic, many team members are putting in extra hours caring for residents and supporting the communities they work in. This leaves vehicles parked for extended periods of time going unchecked. The rise in catalytic converter theft is up across the country, and unfortunately some of our own care partners at CLC experienced this terrible violation of property. One team member had her catalytic converter stolen in broad daylight a few months ago.
Having reliable and safe transportation is invaluable to team members who are sometimes juggling work, school, and caring for a family. Your caring spirit and concern for team members has provided a sense of relief and encouragement during very difficult times. And for that, associates are so thankful!!
Shared one associate: “Thank you so much to the donors that support this invaluable resource for us!”
From all of us at Christian Living Communities, we extend our heartfelt gratitude for helping our communities so we can continue to thrive!
If you’d like to learn more about the Critical Needs Fund or other giving opportunities, please contact Olivia Mayer, Director of Donor Relations, or Nancy Slyter, Annual Giving Specialist. You can also make a gift online today to support the Team Members Critical Needs fund.
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