We know every single non-profit has an AmazonSmile account and it’s not always easy to remember to use the special link to make your Amazon purchases but if you can just use the Netcare Foundation link at least one time this year to make your next big purchase, it makes a world of difference to us. We’ve already raised over $700 just from a few select individuals having all of their purchases go towards our Foundation account.
We also have an Amazon Wishlist for items such as books, journals, games and clothing. Our clients need positive activities to enjoy during their stay with us. Some of our clients are less fortunate and with the upcoming winter season aren’t prepared for the elements so it helps to have hats, gloves and coats readily available to give them to keep them warm and comfortable for our Ohio winters.
Please join us in reaching our campaign goal of raising $10,000 so we can purchase a generator for Miles House.
Miles House is in an older neighborhood with aging electrical infrastructure. As a result, power outages are common, especially during storms. Power outages are a true challenge for the staff and clients at Miles House. When power is lost, staff cannot connect to Netcare resources, including phone, client data, and emergency systems. If a client is new to Miles House, lack of lighting in an unfamiliar place causes disorientation and anxiety, jeopardizing everyone’s safety. And, food spoilage resulting from sustained periods without power has cost the agency thousands of dollars over the years.
Your support of this Better Together campaign will impact the wellbeing, safety, and security of clients and staff at Miles House. By purchasing and installing a new generator, powered by natural gas, this critical resource for our community can weather any storm!
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We were recognized by the Columbus Young Professional Club as a Wonderful Workplace for Young Professionals in 2018 at their Year-End Celebration on December 6. Every year CYP in partnership with the Human Resources Association of Central Ohio and CityPulse Columbus present the Top 40 Wonderful Workplaces with an award and we were delighted to be recognized this year. The categories of Coolness (Attraction), Stickiness (Retention), Community Impact and Growth Opportunities are the areas each company is nominated in.
We hope to continue to attract more young professionals to come work with us at Netcare Access.
Shop on Amazon this holiday season and help us earn a few extra dollars towards our cause. All you need to do is select the Netcare Foundation as your charity of choice, make your purchases on Amazon through the AmazonSmile link and we get funds towards our Foundation. And if you are feeling extra warm and fuzzy, we even have a Winter Wishlist of items we wouldn’t mind having on hand to give to our less fortunate clients that we serve. Gloves, hats, even thermal underwear can make a huge difference for the individuals that spend a significant amount of time in the cold, Columbus winters.
Shop at Kroger using your Kroger Plus Card, and Netcare will receive quarterly rewards through Kroger’s Community Rewards program.
In order for us to receive rewards, you must enroll your Kroger Plus card, and it must be re-enrolled each year.
If you do not have access online, go to the customer service desk at your local Kroger store with your Kroger Plus Card and tell them that you’d like to participate in the Community Rewards Program. Provide them our unique Netcare number: MI317.
If you do not have a Kroger Plus Card you can get one at the customer service desk at your local Kroger store.
*Please note, this program will not affect your fuel savings or any other coupons or discounts associated with your Kroger Plus Card.
When you shop at smile.amazon.com, Amazon donates. 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to the charitable organization of your choice.
AmazonSmile is the same Amazon you know. Same products, same prices, same service.
Support Netcare by starting your shopping at smile.amazon.com and searching for “Netcare,” or visit the link below: