Many of the people affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, are in isolation and solitude for various reasons. This campaign provides a simple way to send a note of encouragement to show the community is thinking of them in their time of need and in their time of service. We will print and deliver once monthly.
Send a note of support and encouragement to let a domestic violence survivor know there's a community is here to help them on their path to recovery and stability with words of hope.
Express your appreciation to a first responder or healthcare provider on the front lines for the amazing sacrifice they make every day and their commitment to your health and safety in these trying times.
Offer a sincere letter of encouragement to a senior who may not be able to connect with their families and find themselves shut-in because of COVID-19.
Please keep your notes very generic, short, and non-gender specific.
Use of profanity or abusive language is STRICTLY prohibited.
To a survivor:
In these uncertain times, I just wanted to send you a letter of encouragement. You made a brave decision and I hope you are excited about what lies ahead. Please keep your spirits high and know someone is thinking of you right now.
To a first responder:
Words can't express how much I appreciate you. Thank you for all of the sacrifices you make for everyone daily. You are a hero and the world is safer because of you.
To a senior:
Here's a little note to let you know that someone is thinking of you and hopes you are safe, well, and being cared for right now. You are so loved and appreciated.
The Survive2Thrive Foundation. P.O. Box 202306. Austin, Texas 78720