COVID 19 IMPACT

COVID-19 IMPACT


We are in great need of masks, sanitizers and cleaning supplies – Contact us today to discuss how you can assist!


On March 14th 2020, HEP made the difficult decision to close its campus to the public, including 1000+ volunteers and community partners while severely limiting in-kind donations to our program. Although HEP staff is now back on the front line, our campus is still currently closed to the public.

In an effort to closely follow the new CDC guidelines due to COVID-19 outbreak HEP is doing everything they can to keep their residents and essential staff, still working on the front lines, safe. Special events and fundraisers have been canceled, and the HEP Kitchen and Dining Hall now serves over 1500 meals each week in single use to-go containers to individuals, veterans and families with children on the HEP campus. Due to these safety measures our expenses have more than tripled for food, cleaning supplies and essential items. HEP needs your help!


Ways You Can Help:

1.) Make a monetary donation, click here to keep HEP’s campus up and running

2.) Shop our COVID-19 Emergency Shopping List

a.) Ship items purchased online to the HEP campus at 1120 N. Betty Lane, Clearwater, FL 33755   OR

b.) Deliver your Covid-19 Emergency Shopping List items to the HEP Thrift Store for a contact free drop off.

    • Delivery schedule: NEW HOURS: Monday – Friday, 10:00am – 4:00pm
    • Please note that all shopping list items must be brand new and in original packaging.

3.) Start a FaceBook Fundraiser for HEP, click here to get started!

4.) Organize your own unique fundraiser for HEP, click here to contact our Marketing Department!

6.) Become a FAN! Follow us on social media Facebook, Instagram, Twitter to keep up to date with HEP!

 

For further questions about how you can help during these uncertain times please contact Marketing Director, Rebecca Adams, at RebeccaA@HEPempowers.org.

We thank you for your continued support and can’t wait to see all our friends on campus when this storm has passed.