A lot can be said about a community that rallies together during a time of adversity. As we observe World Heath Day to thank the healthcare professionals on the front lines, let us also recognize five Indy businesses that are going above and beyond for them.
This COVID-19 crisis doesn’t mean you should have to go without your kombucha fix. Luckily, Circle Kombucha is accepting online orders and curbside pickup. For every three cases sold, they are donating one case to those in the healthcare community.
Hospitals are facing a critical shortage of facemasks, so Eiteljorg Museum is calling all quilters and fans of their Quilters exhibition to help our healthcare heroes. Download the pattern here and check your local hospital’s website for donation drop off instructions.
PUP is requesting monetary and material donations for their Indy Mask Project benefitting community health centers, child care centers for first responders, and long-term care facilities. This is another amazing initiative aimed at keeping our healthcare community safe from the virus.
The Alexander and The Buckingham Foundation are providing free studio rooms for Indy-area medical workers through the end of April. All rooms include a refrigerator, stove, microwave and dishwasher. To take advantage of this generous offer, medical professionals can reserve by calling 317.624.8200 or toll-free at 855.200.3002.