We get by with a little help from our friends.
That’s why, last year, a group of LOGAN employees created LOGAN Cares, an employee assistance program, funded by LOGAN employees, to help their co-workers through unforeseen personal hardships. In light of current circumstances, expanding the reach of this fund is critical now, and we are turning to you – our extended family – to help us build up this fund in order to be ready and able to help LOGAN employees in times of need —especially those needs brought on by the impact of COVID-19.
Our goal, on this Giving Tuesday Now, is to support employees who’ve humbly exhausted all options, but still need a little help during these uncertain times. We want to be there to help them pay the rent, keep the lights on, or their car running. We want to be there for them because they are here for us – their LOGAN family.
Some are working through the COVID-19 crisis, risking their own health to show up every day to serve our vulnerable population. Others are on layoff because our centers closed, and their jobs were suspended. They are patiently waiting for the call to return to work.
Your donation, no matter the amount, will help LOGAN Cares continue to be a viable resource of help and hope, a safety net, for all LOGAN employees.
We get by if we help each other. That’s the LOGAN way. That’s why LOGAN cares.
Every dollar that is raised will be matched 1:1, up to $5,000!
Give to LOGAN on #GivingTuesdayNow using the form below or mail donations to 2505 Jefferson Blvd., South Bend, Indiana 46615.
Give to LOGAN on #GivingTuesdayNow May 5
Tax Break for Charitable Donations: Congress recently passed a $2 trillion emergency relief package, and the bill includes a temporary “above the line” or universal charitable deduction to enable all Americans to give up to $300 to charities, tax-free, through the end of 2020.
For more information on LOGAN and/or Giving Tuesday Now, please contact:
Chief Development Officer