Thankfulness and Giving Back

Thank you

It’s almost Thanksgiving, and 2020 has been a rough year for everyone as we’ve dealt with the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and the economic devastation that ensued as a result. As we gather with our loved ones (virtually or in-person), let’s be thankful for everything we still have: friends, family, community, and hopefully lots of turkey and pie. However, many people are struggling more than ever this year; they have lost loved ones due to illness, lost their jobs, had to shutter their small businesses, and may be experiencing financial hardship and/or food insecurity as a result. As we give thanks for everything we have, please consider donating to those who are less fortunate this Thanksgiving. 

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