During the first two weeks of November, the Team National Staff joyfully filled 80 shoe boxes full of toys for needy children to support Operation Christmas Child, a global initiative founded by Samaritan’s...
Last week, during our Facebook Live Giving Announcement, Angela and Phil talked a little about Wings of Rescue and Honor Flights South Florida. In case you didn’t get a chance to watch our Facebook Live Video, you can still view it below.
Team National Hope
Foundation’s mission is to provide hope to families and individuals, and we
take an extra special pride in being able to help our very own Members and IMDs
during times of need. As many of you know, Hurricane Harvey struck the Gulf
Coast area on August 26th, 2017 and many of our members were
affected or knew someone affected by storm damage or flooding.
1 out of every 7 children go to bed hungry every night. That’s a powerful and sobering statistic. The biggest reason children go hungry, both in the US and around the world, is poverty. Chances are, we all most likely know one of these children, whether we’re aware of it or not.
On September 7, just before the arrival of Hurricane Irma in South Florida, the Team National Hope Foundation received an urgent request for help from one of our longtime Charities of Choice, the Humane Society of Broward County. Because of our close partnership with HSBC, TN Hope was one of the first calls they made when looking for help transporting their animals to a safe location ahead of the storm.
Team National Hope Foundation’s mission is to provide hope to individuals and families and we are working closely with local TN Leaders to find the best ways to serve our members and their communities during the recovery after Hurricane Harvey.
Team National Hope Foundation is committed to help Hurricane Harvey victims through the recovery process, and our thoughts and prayers go out to all the families affected by Hurricane Harvey. We have many members and IMDs affected by the storm, and we are working with local Team National Leaders to evaluate the best ways to serve our members and offer assistance.
For many years, Team National and the Chrysler & Loehr families have been big supporters of the Boys and Girls Club of Broward County with monetary donations, as well as participating in many of their volunteer events and fundraisers. Servant Leadership is one of the core values at Team National and its built into our company culture. Many of our employees at the corporate office love to jump in and volunteer when the opportunity arises.
My family for years has given money to charitable organizations for the amazing work they do to help the young, the poor, the devastated and more.