ElderSource Announces “Share the Love Challenge”
Employees create awareness campaign to encourage love, kindness and respect #ShareTheLoveChallenge
In response to the many divisive national events of 2020, employees at Northeast Florida’s Area Agency on Aging created a public awareness campaign designed to encourage sharing of love, unity and respect. The “Share the Love Challenge” is launching Feb. 12 in time for Valentine’s Day to encourage people of all ages to exchange kindness in the form of words, gestures and deeds.
Working remotely the last 10 months, ElderSource employees connected weekly via video conference to provide support, humor and encouragement. As the pandemic continued and national events inflamed the country, it became even more important for staff to meet to share thoughts and feelings, according to the agency’s CEO Linda Levin.
The campaign kick-off is scheduled for Friday, Feb. 12 at 9 a.m. in front of the ElderSource offices at 10688 Old St. Augustine Road. Banners, road signs and a cheering staff will be on site to greet morning commuters. Video and social media posts will run to help #sharethelovechallenge message far and wide. ElderSource is challenging its volunteers, board members, friends of the agency, companies and other nonprofit organizations to share the message and carry out acts of love and kindness.
Feel free to download the entire tool kit in the link above, or download individual items linked below:
Right click the Share the Love Challenge logos below to save and then insert your logo in the center. Once you have inserted your logo, save, download and be sure to share this message with others and show your support!
ElderSource is a local nonprofit organization designated by the state as the Area Agency on Aging and Aging and Disability Resource Center for Northeast Florida. The agency provides information and referral resources for caregivers and seniors in Northeast Florida, reaching more than 12,000 people in its seven-county service area — Baker, Clay, Duval, Flagler, Nassau, St. Johns and Volusia. Programs and services are funded by federal, state and local grants as well as private donations and endowments.
ElderSource Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Statement
ElderSource values all people – including, but not limited to, all nationalities, socio-economic backgrounds, abilities, races, genders, religious perspectives, sexual orientation and gender identities – in everything we do. We welcome the unique perspectives of all persons in our quest to fulfill our mission.