Company & Culture
April 17, 2020
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We hope this finds you hunkered down and healthy!  We thought we would take this time and give you an update on our Passover 2020 “Delivery.”
THANK YOU from the bottom of our hearts, for your support and generosity during this unusual time in our organization.  Without your help we would have not been able switch gears to purchase and send out nearly 4000 gift cards in such a timely manner to those that are need of food this holiday.
We continue to follow the CDC’s (and Gov. Pritzker’s) recommendations.  From home, we are able to answer, listen to, and/or return all calls coming into the office.  We have received (too many to count) calls from our recipients thanking us for the gift cards.  In a period in our life, when people are worried about themselves, our recipients are so grateful that we, you, have not forgotten them, and made them a priority in our life.
While you are at home, #Quarrantine, we thought we would put together a little list of ways to help you through it.
Enjoy it, challenge yourself, and of course, GO WASH YOUR HANDS!
Stay Healthy!
Maot Chitim of Greater Chicago

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