Old Nation Bank has put together a resource page for their clients (link) and businesses (link). The information provided on these pages is updated as the situation continues to develop.
They have also put together an article by Ryan Kremer, Chief Information Security Officer at Old National. In this role, he and his team work daily to educate clients about detecting and avoiding possible scams.
Click here to read the article.
Do you want to learn from someone who has lived and thrived through multiple crises over the past fifty years? Join me and other business leaders during four one-hour sessions thinking into how to apply John Maxwell’s principles of Leading Through Crisis.
During this virtual group thinking partner time I will facilitate a time to help business leaders and owners discuss and set personal action steps for leading through crisis. How we lead ourselves and others during this challenge will poise us for greater results when it ends.
Go here to register for this leaders roundtable/mastermind and contact me with questions or if you would benefit from a thinking partner during this time.
Trends for Tails Resale Boutique
Trends for Tails Resale Boutique is a is a donation based, upscale resale boutique owned and operated by the Humane Society for Hamilton County. All proceeds benefit the Humane Society and our shelter pets. Our boutique features new and almost new women’s and men’s clothing, shoes, accessories and home decor. Like our Facebook Page to get the most up to date deals and sales! We still need your support to help care for the animals at the Humane Society for Hamilton County. Please shop at our online Poshmark store and anything you order will be shipped to you.
Visit us here: https://poshmark.com/closet/trendsfortails
Humane Society for Hamilton County
As the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak continues to grow, our top priority is the health and safety of our community while keeping our lifesaving commitment to the animals depending on us.
In response to the increasing concern regarding COVID-19, the Humane Society for Hamilton County is closing to the public and ceasing adoptions effective immediately. We are accepting foster applications but most remaining animals are for experienced fosters and people that are already enrolled in our foster system. More info is available here: http://www.hamiltonhumane.com/how-to-help/foster
These proactive measures are being taken in an effort to keep our staff, volunteers, and customers safe, follow the recommendations of public health officials, and focus our team and resources to maximize our lifesaving impact. We are closely monitoring the situation and making real-time adjustments as needed. Stay updated by visiting our COVID-19 page at www.HamiltonHumane.com/COVID19.
We will continue accepting Hamilton County's lost, stray, and unwanted animals with updated hours. If you are surrendering an animal, bringing in a stray or looking for a lost pet, please call ahead at (317) 773-4974. Our hours for intake and looking for a lost pet will be Sunday-Saturday 8am-5pm.
The Humane Society for Hamilton County, just like most organizations, is having to do extra work in response to this virus and is already feeling the financial impact. As with all healthcare institutions and first responders, the care for these animals must continue. The animals depend on us 365 days a year--no matter what. Our staff, volunteers and fosters will continue to care for the animals during these difficult times. So please remember as we all work through this that we need the continued support of our community partners, sponsors, and YOU, to provide the care each animal deserves.
Please help us with our greatest, most urgent needs.
Donate: During this crucial time, funds are more critical than ever to help us keep operations flowing and to get needed supplies. Please consider making a donation in support of the animals in our care at bit.ly/hshcdonate
Contribute Supplies: To help with needed supplies, please visit our wish list at www.HSHCWishList.com
If you don’t already have one, please create an emergency plan for your pet. Make sure pets are wearing identification, have crates and extra supplies and food. Also, identify a caregiver who can help take care of your pet in case you become ill.
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