Capital Homecare Cooperative Needs YOUR Help!
As a caregiver-owned homecare agency providing care to seniors and adults with disabilities, in lieu of the rise of the COVID-19 pandemic it is MORE IMPORTANT THAN EVER that we are able to stay open and continue to provide essential services to those people in our community who need it the most.
We need your support so that we can
-Continue to provide safe, quality care to the people who continue to need our help, or need more assistance due to social distancing and self-quarantine
-Afford and maintain the proper stores of CDC/OSHA required PPE such as non-latex gloves, N95 respirator masks, nurse's gowns, antibacterial wipes, sprays, hand sanitizers and more in the face of massive shortages and price-gauging that's we're coming up against
-Develop a survival fund to support caregivers who are quarantined and/or themselves immune-compromised, in need of affordable childcare, or otherwise economically impacted by COVID-19
Every little bit can make such a huge difference! In this crisis we know that caregivers thriving and continuing to work are more important than ever, and with your help we can support our caregivers and clients through all the challenges the coming months may throw at us.
Thank you so much for your ongoing support of Capital Homecare Cooperative. We love our Thurston County Family and Community, and we know that through our combined cooperation, support and care that we will pull through this stronger than ever!
- Erick Boustead
- Josezette Bridges
- Mary Beth Ricks
- Jacob Meyers