For the month of December, Travel Advantage Network, a vacation accommodations program, dedicated its charitable efforts to Project Stay Warm. This non-profit organization is affiliated with Let’s Feed the City, a program that helps the less fortunate in the Baltimore community, run by Shelley’s Helping Hands.
To support this charity, employees donated requested items including blankets, clothing, coats, warm winter gear, toiletries, towels and food. Two Travel Advantage Network employees (Dawn Robey, Executive Assistant to President, and Vivian Lo, Account Admin Specialist) led the charity efforts. The duo worked persistently to fill an entire cargo van full of donations. They distributed the items on Sunday, December 21st in a Baltimore park.
“I chose this charity because I had been wanting to give back to the community but was unsure in regards to what organization or where to start,” Vivian said. “It’s amazing to see how our efforts provide such a blessing to those in need. It was definitely a life-changing experience and helped me put things in my life into perspective.”
To find out more information about this charity, you can visit their affiliate’s official Facebook page here.