Dear Holy Ground Friends,
I pray that this note finds you and yours staying safe during this very uncertain time.
I am grateful to report that all of our young families remain healthy! We continue to do daily wellness checks with them and send frequent messages stressing the importance of sheltering in place, social distancing, frequently washing/sanitizing their hands and all touch points in their apartments, and not touching their faces. We also continue to sanitize touch points in the Community Suite as well as outdoor surfaces.
Knowing that honoring the “stay at home” order can be especially stressful on our young families, we have encouraged our moms to engage in FaceTime sessions with our psychotherapist, to stay in close contact with their mentors, to get plenty of rest and exercise, and to take advantage of our nice South Florida weather by playing with their children outside while remaining safe on our campuses.
While they, like everyone on the planet, are experiencing the challenges of learning to live in a very different world than that of just a few short months ago, we at Holy Ground are also experiencing many acts of kindness, generosity and goodness for which we are deeply grateful!
Unfortunately, two thirds of our clients have lost their jobs, so we have had to assume a much larger financial responsibility for meeting their needs. Because of this, we are now focusing primarily on providing the basics of shelter, food, and medical necessities.
We could use your help! If you are in a position to assist Holy Ground PBC in meeting the increased need of our young families during this pandemic, we would be most grateful if you could join the Keepers of God’s Children, our bi-monthly giving program. Thank you in advance for your prayers and your generosity.
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Keepers of God’s Children!
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Holy Ground PBC, 200 W. 20th Street, Riviera Beach, FL 33404
Please join us in praying for all those who have been infected with COVID-19, for those who have loved ones suffering but who cannot be at their side, and most especially for all those who have lost family, friends, or co-workers to this virus. May our prayers bring them moments of consolation.
Stay safe, everyone!