In an effort to provide a well-deserved ‘Thank You’ and support to medical professionals, aides, and staff members who are risking their health and well-being, Let’s Pave launched a “Road to Recovery” Covid-19 initiative benefiting hard-hit healthcare and senior living centers in Massachusetts. The company has raised more than $40,000 and counting to benefit these frontline facilities.
Using the funds raised, the company partnered with Aldi and Ahold USA’s Stop & Shop stores to purchase gift cards, lunches, and home goods gift packages including items such as antibacterial wipes, hand sanitizer, and tissue paper.
Let’s Pave CEO C.B. Kuzlik hit the road on Sunday, May 3, 2020, to personally deliver the donations. His “Road to Recovery” journey entailed a 35-hour round trip from Oak Brook, IL, to Boston, MA. During his expedition he made stops along the way to various retailers, restaurants, and c-stores in order to re-fuel and stock up on additional donation supplies. The drive and delivery are documented on the company’s social media channels.
“This outreach involved many people and had many working parts. I am grateful to our director of business development, Josh Canning, who came up with this terrific idea, the outpouring of support from networking partners and other corporations, and to all of our employees that made personal donations,” remarked C.B. Kuzlik. “I’m proud and humbled to help lead the Let’s Pave family in giving back to communities around the country and throughout the world.”
Donations for this effort continue to flow in and Let’s Pave is planning additional road trips for the same purpose in the near future. You can follow the story at @letspave on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Instagram or visit https://www.letspave.com/road-to-recovery-donation.