JOIN US IN SUPPORTING OUR FRONTLINE CAREGIVERS
Thank you to everyone who donated for the Frontline Caregiver supply drive. We’ve delivered to several hospitals already with a couple more to do tomorrow. Due to hospital restrictions, there are specific times when they can accept the deliveries. Unfortunately, the Klipsch headphone were delayed in transit and will be here early this week. We are working to coordinate another round of deliveries so we can get them distributed. Additionally, the Howl & Hide protective masks were such a huge hit, they have continued production throughout the weekend. Collectively, we’ll have a nice supply of masks to donate on our next run. Please support the Howl & Hide team with any donation (monetary or fabric) as they are volunteering to produce these masks.
1043 Virginia Ave. Suite 4
*Place items on table inside of front door.
Please complete this form so we know what to be expecting. You can also use this form to request items for your location or send us other ideas on how you’d like to get involved.
*Please bear with us, we are a small team of volunteers comprised only of our employees, while simultaneously trying to save our respective businesses. If you’d like to donate a couple bucks to help our staff, or another local small business, it would be greatly appreciated.
If you have additional questions, please email us.
We want to provide a central donation location for frontline caregivers and first responder care packages. Our team is working hard in support of our former GM, Erin Laird, who is holding it down on the front lines right now. She’s a mother, nurse and Army veteran who is now taking care of folks in the Trauma Unit at IU Methodist Hospital. The doctors, nurses and full hospital staff are working long hours with minimal breaks – while being short on supplies. After checking in on her and learning of the challenges they are facing, we felt the need to show our support.
With that in mind, we started coordinating with local companies and individuals to collect snacks, coffee, supplies or even just notes of appreciation. Our team then delivered the care packages, on the same day, to Central Indiana hospitals. Earlier this week, the first round of deliveries serviced healthcare workers at IU Health Methodist, Eskenazi, Riley Children’s Hospital and St. Francis South. HI-FI Owner Josh Baker says, “The response from the community, and our team, has been inspiring. We’re all facing the same challenges right now. It’s heartwarming to see everyone come together and rally behind the important people working to fight the coronavirus.”
THANK YOU TO THESE LOCAL BUSINESSES FOR THEIR GENEROUS SUPPORT
4 Birds Bakery
Brics Ice Cream