David & Laura Merage Foundation, a leading charity foundation, has announced on Friday May 8, 2020 that the foundation has launched the Merage Mini Heroes Project for the children of the healthcare professional battling the Covid-19 pandemic across the United States.
According to the Merage Mini Heroes Project, the foundation will donate 500 age-appropriate Toy boxes to Denver Health and St. Joseph Hospital. The team will deliver the toy boxes to the kids of the healthcare professionals, who are busy to control the Covid-19 pandemic in the country.
Vice President of Philanthropy at David and Lura Merage Foundation, Sue Renner said, “Our intention is to spark a bit of joy with these toys, and quite simply show these little ones how grateful we are that they are sharing their families with Coloradans in need.”
Chief Executive Officer at St. Joseph Hospital, Jamie Smith said, “The Merage Little Heroes project is a humongous success! It is generating lots of excitement and overwhelming joy, and we are so thankful that David, Laura and their organization provided us with this act of kindness.”
The donation will help to further intensify the commitment of the David and Laura Merage Foundation to educate the children. The foundation has already launched two high-profile programs, CareForAllChildren and Early Learning Ventures (ELV) to focus on increasing the high-quality education of kids.
Since its foundation, the Early Learning Ventures or ELV has served 550 childcare programs and has impacted over 41,000 kids across the United States. On the other hand, the foundation’s second program, CareForAllChildren is providing critical help and assistance to working parents to address the childcare crisis. The foundation is providing a unique opportunity to encourage the parents, who are feeling distressed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, to take care of their kid during this challenging time.