Driving Positive Action and Change for a Better Future in Our Community
In times of crisis, we at DBM Group are always looking for opportunity to give back to our community. With the recent events that have transpired with COVID-19 and people’s limited access to PPE, as well our nation’s fight for peace and justice for all – we stand with those who have been effected or lost a family member, friend or neighbor during these tragic times.
Our family at DBM Group has generously contributed to support our community in many forms over the years through monetary donations, food drives and even adopting families in need over the holidays to put food on their tables and gifts under the tree. And now we must act to help our friends and neighbors effected by COVID-19 and for those seeking peace in our community.
Since the start of COVID-19 in the US, we’ve been researching ways to help both our employees and clients to stay afloat during this time of economic uncertainty. We listened to the professionals to prevent the spread by going full remote as soon as the pandemic was a growing concern. We’ve opened our ears to client and employees’ concerns, paused campaigns and had their best interest in mind and have supplied our company and our clients with over $1k in PPE to support those who are still in need, because we are all in this together.
The health of our staff and community has been top of mind, that’s why this year our company has also raised and donated over $600 to the Crime Survivors Resource Center of California, an organization that helps victims of crime to recover from their experiences mentally, physically, emotionally, and financially, by receiving respect, support and protection, from the judicial system, and the community. The Crime Survivors Resource Center works in California communities to make victims’ rights a top priority by facilitating communication and cooperation across various public services, government and non-profit organizations to ensure that victims’ rights are understood, and that the services victims are entitled to are received.
This is a time when we need to come together to support one other and drive positive action and change for a better future in our communities, within our businesses and ultimately as a country. Whether it be in the form of donating your time, supporting local businesses, through purchasing or spreading awareness, and through other monetary means, we ask that you please look into ways you can help your community and give back to those who so desperately need it.
Support our causes by visiting the links below.
Donate to the World Health Organization to support frontline workers and research to develop vaccines, tests and treatment here.
Donate to the Crime Resource Center of California for awareness, prevention, advocacy and healing for child and adult victims of violence and domestic abuse here.