Hearts for Our Homes Kicks Off Early in 2012Monday 30th of April 2012
Balloon Drop at Bethesda Dilworth
The Bethesda Hearts for our Homes annual employee campaign kicked off with a Balloon Drop at Bethesda Dilworth. The campaign, which is a fund raising effort of all the Bethesda communities and services, helps raise money to help residents stay in their Bethesda homes even if they can no longer afford it. Last year more than 400 employees contributed over $58,000.
Many residents also participate because they know that funds raised helps residents and their community. The campaign runs from April 30th through May 11th, two months earlier than in previous years so that it will not conflict with the United Way Campaign.
During this two-week period, employees host fund raising events at their communities including car washes, balloon pops, auctions, dinners and bake sales as well as make personal pledges. Hearts for our Homes is one more way in which our employees open up their hearts so that our residents will always have a home at Bethesda.
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