During uncertain times it’s easy to feel helpless or fearful of what will happen to you and your loved ones. One thing we can do during this crisis is work together to support our frontline workers. Our Heritage staff, nationwide, remain dedicated to serving those entrusted to our care. Although restricting visitors is a necessary step to protect seniors, we strongly believe that nobody should feel isolated or alone. We are asking for your help to let everyone know how much we care about them! Please join us and submit a short (10 second) video sharing your support of our staff, or send a message of love and hope to the residents of our communities.
1. SHOOT YOUR VIDEO
Take a short (10 second) video of yourself in support of our staff or for a loved one. Submitted videos must be less than 64MB. If you need help making a quick video, click here to download a guide, or visit your phone manufacturer’s website for a tutorial.
2. UPLOAD VIDEO HERE
By uploading your image or video here, please be aware that you are also granting your permission for Heritage to use it for future promotional and marketing purposes. All submissions will be reviewed for content and Heritage reserves the right to withhold publishing media if it is offensive or inappropriate. If you are having trouble uploading your file below, please email it to firstname.lastname@example.org and include your name, phone number, and the community that you are supporting. The starred fields below denote a required field to be completed in order to submit.
3. STAY CONNECTED THROUGH FACEBOOK
We will compile the videos we receive and share on our Facebook page. Be sure to follow us here!
4. MORE WAYS TO GET INVOLVED
If you are unable to create a video at this time or want to help support our staff in a different way, we would love for you to get involved! You can donate a meal, sew protective mask sleeves, or make a financial gift to one of our communities. The generosity of our donors is an integral part of allowing Heritage to provide the highest care to our residents. The crisis we’re currently in has placed an enormous burden on the healthcare and senior care industries. Now, more than ever, we need the support of people like you so that we can continue to promote Hope, Dignity, and Purposeful Living for those entrusted to our care.