SHOW OUR FRONT LINES YOU’VE GOT THEIR BACK

 

With over 350 employees caring for our vulnerable population every day, the cost to cover the extra hours and necessary PPE is high. We have already received many generous donations totaling over $104,000 or nearly 35% of our goal. We are still in need of more to ensure that our staff and residents are fully covered.



 

While we are grateful for what has already been given, the latest projections show that we will incur more than $300,000 in added PPE and staffing costs to battle this pandemic, so we still have a ways to go. 

With that in mind, we are humbly asking 1,000 people from our community to each give $300.

Under the CARES* Act, the government is now allowing individuals to take a tax deduction for cash donations, up to $300, to non-profit organizations, such as Holland Home, Faith Hospice, and Atrio Home Care. So, your $300 gift will not only be tax deductible, but will be added to others who have given to help us reach our $300,000 goal.

Your donation will go directly toward the purchase of the most needed items:

Face masks

Gowns

Gloves

Face shields

Goggles

Hand sanitizer

Laundry costs for sanitizing the homemade masks that have been donated.

Donations will be distributed accordingly across Holland Home and Holland Home and its affiliates, Faith Hospice and Atrio Home Care.


This valuable equipment is becoming more costly—every contribution helps.

Please prayerfully consider our request. The COVID-19 pandemic is putting undue stress on our organization and caregivers and your gifts will assist us in continuing to provide expert care to our vulnerable population.

For questions or to donate, please call (616) 235-5118 or simply click below!

 
 

 

 

 

*CARES Act:

Charitable Contributions: Under the CARES Act, individuals will be permitted to take an above-the-line tax deduction of up to $300 for cash contributions to churches and other charitable organizations made in 2020. This applies whether an individual itemizes his or her deductions or not. Additionally, the 50% limitation on deductibility for charitable contributions for individuals has been temporarily suspended.