20 years of making your day brighter
Happy 2021! We are so pumped about 2021 for a lot of reasons but a big one is that this is our 20th year in business! We want to do something extra special to celebrate and what better way than to pay it forward by giving back to the community that we have been privileged to be a part of these past 20 years.
Therefore, we are launching our “20 years of making your day brighter” campaign where we will carry out 20 acts of kindness throughout the year. These 20 acts of kindness will take many forms including monetary and charitable donations, sponsorships, volunteering our time, random acts of kindness and other ways that we can help the community.
We will be sharing this journey all year long on Facebook and here on our website so you can see what amazing people and organizations we give back to. If you have any suggestions of organizations or people we should consider, please email email@example.com. We are looking forward to this year and all that is to come and above all we look forward to continuing to make your day brighter!
Act of kindness #1: T.B. Scott Tower relocation lighting
We have pledged to do the lighting for the T.B. Scott Tower relocation. This is still in the works and we will update as more details become available.
Act of kindness #2: Lincoln County Humane Society
We dropped off donations including cat liter, cleaning supplies and some cookies for the staff and volunteers!
Act of kindness #3: Marathon County Humane Society
We dropped off cat food and toys, dog treats, cleaning supplies and some baked goods for the staff members.
Act of kindness #4: Merrill Chamber of Commerce
The Merrill Chamber of Commerce is doing some remodeling. We did some electrical work for them at no charge and also dropped off some baked goods for the staff. We can’t wait to see the office once the remodeling is completed!
Act of kindness #5: Cookies for Healthcare Workers
We took over 100 individually wrapped cookies (both super cute and yummy) to the Marshfield Clinic in Merrill. It was a simple way to thank all of the doctors, nurses and healthcare workers for all they do for us!