Thanks to our client friends for entrusting our team to deliver these past few months. Since Hurricane Irma passed through the heart of our community back on September 10th, we decided to do our part to help those impacted the most by donating a portion of every sale made from September 10th through November 22nd to two stellar local charities.

A 4-Star rated charity and a coveted resource to low-income families, the Harry Chapin Food Bank has just 4 full-time employees.
Thanks to the tremendous efforts of over 400 regular volunteers, 97% of funds donated go straight to support five counties along Southwest Florida’s coast. Team Global Solutions is thrilled to donate to this amazing organization.
The local volunteers at the Florida Southern Gulf Chapter of the Red Cross have proven to be an amazing help to the thousands of people affected by the recent disasters.
They travel to damaged areas, living in poor conditions without basic amenities to serve and support those in need.
Since the hurricane, they have distributed over 1 million relief items and served over 1.5 million meals to help those affected by Irma. Along with that, volunteers have helped set up and maintain shelters as well as provide much needed emotional and mental health support.
More info – American Red Cross, Irma Relief
Time and again we saw these two charities making a difference on the ground, serving in migrant farming communities just 20 miles east of Global Solutions. Whether they were delivering food and much-needed water, funds to help get by, counseling and emotional support, these charities came through.
Areas such as Immokalee and LaBelle were impacted the most. In fact, while our own backyard is close to a full recovery, people who had almost nothing before the storm are still hurting the most this day before Thanksgiving.
Our team at Global Solutions is grateful beyond words to our client friends for your business these past few months. Thanks to your help, we were able to donate nearly $5,000 to support these two charities as they continue to provide aid where it is needed most.