Third Annual Celebrate Sharing with Girls Inc. of Sarasota

In continuing with Take Care’s approach to giving back to our local community, we partnered with Girls Inc. to support a family who was faced with hardships and needing some extra support to give their kids a joyful holiday: Take Care’s Celebrate Sharing.

We honored a Girls Inc. family by providing toys, clothing, and food in a compassionate and supportive manner. The chosen family purposefully remained anonymous.

An Angel Tree was positioned at each Take Care office, allowing any Take Care employee the opportunity to purchase  an item they wish to provide.

Gifts were wrapped and labeled and returned under  the Take Care tree by Monday, December 19, 2016, which ensured the full delivery of holiday gifts to Girls Inc just before the holiday.

“Generosity lies less in giving much than in giving at the right moment.” – Jean de la Bruyere.

Take Care is incredibly thankful for the generosity of our caregivers and office staff for donating gifts for a special family at Girls Inc. Sarasota. Merry Christmas!

Take Care proudly supports Girl Inc and their incredible work inspiring all girls to be strong, smart, and bold! The Girls Inc. educational experience focuses on the development of the whole girl, and equips girls in grades K-12 with the skills they need to successfully navigate gender, economic and social barriers and grow into healthy, educated and economically independent adults, prepared employees, and strong and ethical leaders. Their programs bolster their emotional, physical, and mental health and give them the support to achieve their goals boldly and confidently.

What Our Clients Have to Say

I was a so nervous about both my parents but knowing they are not driving and that they have someone caring for them and managing their medications on a daily basis was a relief—not sure if I can even explain how much it means to me. I just started a new position in China and knowing my parents are safe is a blessing. You all have worked to establish a way to keep them safe in their transition of accepting care.

Paige, daughter of clients

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