Since the outbreak of this virus and everything that has come with it, I have been struggling with how I can make this world a better place. Typically, I will meet with people, help my friends, or donate my time to help others. As a person that doesn't know a stranger and is always willing to sacrifice, I feel empty.
This week, I found a way to quench that thirst. Many school districts are still providing breakfast and lunch to students. Many families are relying on those meals to get by. A school district that works with Cincy Kids 4 Kids, a local 501c3, was collecting pantry goods for their cause. I am proud to have donated 100 Hand Sanitizers to the cause. This is not only a reflection of my giving, but a reflection of my customers. You made it possible to help those families. I could not be more hopeful or thankful!
I thought the title of this blog is fitting...especially in this time of social distancing and staying at home. Even though we cannot spread the love to many, we can still reach someone. I encourage everyone to remember that we don't have to move mountains to make a difference. Sometimes all it takes is being a good human being, we all have to get through this crazy life together.