On behalf of Libenu’s families, board, and staff, we are sharing our gratitude for some special people and organizations that have stepped in to help us ensure the safety and well being of our clients.
We would like to thank the Walder Foundation and the Jewish United Fund for emergency funding granted to Libenu to help us keep our homes operational during lockdown. Libenu has been in lockdown since March 11th in order to protect our clients, many of whom are medically vulnerable, from contracting COVID-19. These funds were critical as our costs have exponentially increased in order to keep our homes staffed and stocked with supplies and food during this lockdown time.
We would also like to extend a thank you to UpStart, for their Innovator Payroll Relief Fund grant that enabled us to keep our operations running smoothly by helping us cover some of our staff costs.
We could not provide the level of care needed without the generous donation of no-contact thermometers from community leader Mark Hartman, Symphony Acute Care Network. We received additional no-contact thermometers and PPE gowns to protect our service providers from the extremely kind NIOSH Trading.
Caring for the most vulnerable in our community is a communal effort. Thank you for being on the front lines with us as we continue to fight to keep our clients safe and healthy during this pandemic.
Can we count on you to help our clients stay healthy and strong? Please consider making a gift to Libenu. Your donation will go directly to helping us protect our clients at this time.