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The ISG Donates $39,000 to Hearts and Hands Minnesota

ISG Members & Partners Gave Generously

On March 9th in Orlando, FL, ISG Members and Partners donated $39,000 to this charity that offers financial support to families in Minnesota with children who have life-threatening illnesses.

The Identification Systems Group (ISG), the nationwide network of local identification system integrators, announced that it has donated $39,000 to Hearts and Hands Minnesota, a charity that provides resources and comfort to families whose children with serious or terminal medical conditions. The funds were raised at the ISG’s Annual Spring Meeting where Members and Partners made cash and check donations, as well as purchasing items in a charity silent auction.

“We’re honored to help this charity support families facing serious health issues,” says Tom Stiles, the Executive Director of the ISG. “Many of these families face financial difficulties taking care of their children with medical needs, often making it hard for them to keep working full-time jobs. The catch is that they either need support to care for their children while they work or need additional funds to cover the lost wages from missing work to care for their kids themselves.

Charities like Hearts and Hands Minnesota help fill that resource gap, helping these parents and kids with paying bills, medical transportation, and providing childcare services. And special thanks to our Partner, Identiv, for donating $10,000 of the total through their product promotion campaign.”

About Hearts and Hands Minnesota

Our mission is to provide non-medical support services to families from across Minnesota who have, or have had, a child with a life-threatening illness. While they may not be able to change the prognosis of a seriously ill child, they offer support to families during these difficult times.

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