critical inventory fund
HRH lost 50% of budgeted cash revenue for 2020 when the Jersey Mike’s Subs Day of Giving was canceled in March due to the pandemic, and so HRH has launched a Critical Inventory Fund in order to ensure that every woman and family needing HRH’s programs in our community receive our services this year.
Two generous donors are offering a 1:1 match up to $10,000 for all donations to the Critical Inventory Fund between now and June 30, 2020. Gifts will be matched up to $250 per household. This is an amazing opportunity for HRH to raise $20,000 to purchase much-needed inventory for Bed Rest Baskets and NICU Napsacks.
What Exactly Does Your Donation Fund?
Provide a NICU Napsack to a family with a baby in the NICU.
The NICU Napsack includes over 25 items that a family needs during a long-term hospital stay so that they can focus on the health of their newborn baby.
Provide a Bed Rest Basket to a mom on hospital bed rest.
The Bed Rest Basket includes over 35 items that a mom needs during a long-term hospital stay so that her basic hygiene needs are met and she can reduce stress levels.
Purchase toiletry items for 4 Bed Rest Baskets.
Hospitals supply women admitted for bed rest with one soap and a toothbrush/toothpaste. HRH provides other essentials like deodorant, lotion, nail clippers, body wipes, dental floss, lip balm, shampoo, conditioner, hairbrush, and hair ties.
Maximize the 1:1 match with a $250 donation.
All donations up to $250 will be matched 1:1. Your $250 donation will result in $500 for HRH which covers the cost of one full week of Bed Rest Baskets (3 baskets) and NICU Napsacks (10 Napsacks) to one of our hospital partners.
Your Donation Helps Moms Like Marcie
Marcie Leblanc is just one mom who relied on our programs for hope and basic necessities during her recent two-month stay at Tampa General Hospital surrounding the premature birth of her twins. Marcie spent four weeks on hospital bed rest, and due to COVID-19 visitor restrictions, her son was unable to visit during this time. Once her twins, Raven and Rain, were born at 32 weeks, Marcie moved into the TGH NICU for the next five weeks, unable to come and go from the hospital as she would have in normal times.
“I’d like to say to High Risk Hope directly – your organization reminds moms they are part of a group, all striving for the best for their tiny babies. You remind us that we are not alone and there is hope that on the other side of all this we get to go home together. Thank you for bringing that to our journey!” – Marcie Leblanc
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