Fundraising Through Face Masks
August 28, 2020
In this era of social distancing and uncertainty, it’s so important that we find other ways to connect with the people we care about. The continued support of our partners has been one way we have experienced the love of our community. Recently, our friends at Hulst Jepsen Physical Therapy, one of the Cutlerville Gaines Chamber Board businesses, found a creative way to raise money for Streams of Hope! Read the full heartwarming story from their team below.
“When Hulst Jepsen Physical Therapy re-opened their doors in May, the Gaines Township location wanted to do something that could provide masks for patients who needed them and also benefit a local organization. The masks were handmade by the mother of physical therapist, Amber Lenhart to sell by donation. It was decided that proceeds of $175 would go to Streams of Hope.
Knowing that Streams of Hope serves many of the same community as Hulst Jepsen Physical Therapy’s Gaines Township office made them an easy choice for receiving donations to benefit a local ministry during these unprecedented times. Hulst Jepsen Physical Therapy is a 100% locally owned physical therapy practice and supporting our local community is a huge passion of ours. We are so excited to help out our community in this way.”
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