In the last few days, the number of Covid-19 victims in the U.S. went over the 205,000 mark for 2020...a grim milestone to be sure.
That's a lot of grieving families and loved ones left to pick up the pieces.
Dixie Juchcinski is a friend of mine from South Bend, Indiana. I used to help host talent shows she put together for the students at Jimtown Junior High.
Dixie's brother died of Covid-19 back in April of this year.
She decided to put her energy toward helping other people who had family members that had become victims of Covid-19 by designing and distributing a Covid-19 Victims pin to honor them.
It's a beautiful pin and you can find out more about it at www.honorcovid19victims.com
A portion of the donations for the pins goes to Voices for Seniors, an organization that helps to shine a light on the nursing home industry as they try to deal with the pandemic and the restricted access of family members of Covid-19 victims.
Dixie gives us an update on how things have progressed since she started the Covid-19 Victims Honor Pins program earlier this year.
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