We are here for you! Can you be here for us too?
Our world is changing at an unprecedented pace. Where we once complained about the weather, we now are focused on saving lives. Each one of us must do our part to remain safe and healthy. However, how do we still show our compassion for our neighbors throughout our community as we are all dealing with such massive changes that will negatively impact health and well-being?
As a nonprofit who cares about and provides for our community, we have taken steps to join in the fight to help keep everyone healthy. ExercisAbilities has temporarily closed our doors and staff have gone to stay at home. This was a heart wrenching but necessary decision to follow recommendations and protect our many participants who are vulnerable to illness.
Now we move into a critical time. Can we sustain our mission of providing a community of care where everyone can achieve a healthy and active life once this is all over?
We turn to you. You are the lifeblood of our organization. Your consideration of support through donations will help us through this crisis. We are taking steps to financially conserve while keeping some basic communications going during this time. However, the expense to keep the lights and heat on as well as ramping back up operations and programming will be costly.
Our Executive Director, Melanie Brennan, founded ExercisAbilities, a 501c3 nonprofit, 9 years ago because she knew our community needed to offer more support to people living with disabilities and chronic health conditions. Show your support for the hundreds of people who count on us. Are you able to help out? DONATE HERE
We are also aware many of you receiving this message are already having a wide variety of experiences through this crisis. We are thinking about all of you. One way we can still support you is through the continuation of healthy habits. Here are some ways you can help yourself maintain good physical health to help fight off illness.
Keeping you in good health,
Melanie Brennan, PT, DPT
Executive Director, ExercisAbilities