A love bomb from google
My Sister’s House has been the lucky recipient of a “Love Bomb,” which is what Google calls it when employees roll up their sleeves and provide items for those in need in rural communities- but in a super Googley way.
For My Sister’s House, Google’s Love Bomb came in the form of providing 14 families with much-needed daily necessities for residents and families. Due to COVID-19, families have had to be housed at local hotels, rather than the shelter, and needed access to pots, pans, cooking utensils, perishable food items, juices, water, cleaning supplies, paper towels, and tissue. Google’s Berkeley County employees delivered all of these items and more, even including encouraging notes for each of the families!
Thanks to the generosity of Google’s employees, a simple day in August felt like Christmas to so many. Joy was spread all around and smiles were seen on everyone’s faces, helping our families feel a little more at home during these crazy times.
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