Excluded Healthcare Workers Helped in Detroit

Heart of the House Foundation recently helped a medical laundry attendant and her colleagues in Detroit with a difficult situation. Due to the pandemic, their hours has been drastically cut.

One of the workers, the only one with access to a car, drove her colleagues to work.

Then, one morning, the car wouldn’t start. It needed repairs.

Reduced hours and exclusion from state and federal benefits meant that the worker could not afford the repairs needed. Not only would she not be able to get to work, but neither would her three colleagues. It was a dire situation for all of them.

Thankfully, the worker applied to Heart of the House Foundation’s Excluded Workers Assistance Fund, and we were able to help. Proceeds from our fundraising allowed us to pay for the car repairs, and get four essential workers back to the work they love – supporting hospitals with with clean, sanitized linens.

Excluded Healthcare Workers Getting back to work

If you, or someone you know, have been laid off or furloughed as a result of the pandemic, and you are excluded from state and federal benefits, we can help.

You can also support our Fund by making a tax deductible donation.


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Have you been laid off or furloughed due to the Coronavirus? If you have been excluded from state and federal aid, you might qualify for the Excluded Workers Assistance Fund.

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Excluded workers need our help. Many have lost their jobs due to the Coronavirus, and are being excluded from state and federal benefits. Your donation can help them and their families survive.

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