July 22, 2020
Heartfelt Thanks Lift the Spirits of All
(Summit County, CO) – Heartwarming messages of thanks, expressed by local families who recently received restaurant and grocery gift cards, lifted the spirits of a group of women who have been working to help community members during the pandemic crisis.
The Summit County Republican Women donated over $1,900 to help area restaurants and people in need during the shutdown. The gift cards were distributed by local churches and nonprofits.
One nonprofit volunteer said, “I was able to give cards to 22 families struggling with layoffs and children at home full time. I want everyone to know how grateful families were to receive these.” She continued, “One family is putting all their resources into keeping up with the rent, so they are taking their children to school for lunches and going to the food bank weekly. Another family stated how nice it was to be able to select the products they were familiar with for a native home-cooked meal.”
The volunteer added, “Every family is offering prayers for you and sends their heartfelt thanks. I repeatedly heard how fortunate they feel to be here amongst the generous people of the United States.”
“We all feel so fortunate to live in Summit County,” said Garnett Payne, president of the Summit County Republican Women. “This is a special, close-knit community, and this is an opportunity for us to give back and help others. We want to thank everyone who volunteered and who answered our call for donations.”
Summit County Republican Women is a friendly, conservative, outgoing group of women who are dedicated to serving our country and the local community. For more information, please email the group at info@SummitGOPWomen.org or visit www.SummitGOPWomen.org.
Check out the article published in the Summit Daily about our latest project. So happy to be helping not only local businesses but also the people who need the most help.
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