04 Oct Integrace Bayleigh Chase, 50K Souls aid relief efforts
EASTON — Residents and colleagues at Integrace Bayleigh Chase, a forward-thinking life plan community based in Easton, recently participated in an effort to help with the Hurricane Harvey recovery efforts in Houston, Texas.
Working with nonprofit organization 50K Souls, Bayleigh Chase representatives collected blankets, diapers, pillows, sheets, clothes, toiletries and other items that will be sent to families in Texas who were affected by the floods.
“When we heard about this opportunity with 50K Souls, our team at Bayleigh Chase quickly began gathering items to lend our support to their effort,” said Sherri Sump Brown, director of sales and marketing at Integrace Bayleigh Chase.
50K Souls networks with churches and other faith-based organizations to promote change and love in communities across the country. The nonprofit currently is involved in projects in 13 states. As part of its mission, 50K Souls members visit families door to door to offer nutritional food, as well as spiritual support.
“One of the states we are currently active in is Texas, which allowed us to make the connection and go directly to the problem,” said Mandel Copeland, a member of 50K Souls.
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