Veritext Raises $12,760 for The Ministry of Caring!
For 24 hours on March 5th and 6th during Do More 24 Delaware, Veritext raised over $12,760 for The Ministry of Caring, far surpassing our goal of $5,000!
As part of our Veritext Cares initiative and spear-headed by Ellie Corbett, RMR, CMRS, Veritext matched donations up to $1,000 and followed up with another $1,000 as soon as we hit our $5,000 goal.
Veritext remains committed to giving back to the communities in which we live and work, and we are proud to have raised over $62,000 in the past six years for The Ministry of Caring.
Our impact is only possible thanks to the kindness of our donors. During “Do More 24 Delaware,” and every day, thank you for joining us in creating a stronger Delaware.
About The Ministry of Caring
Ministry of Caring is a vibrant community of staff, volunteers, donors and diverse supporters united by a passion to serve the poor throughout Delaware. Together, they gladly give of themselves to fulfill the vision of founder and executive director, Brother Ronald Giannone, OFM Cap., “The poor should never be treated poorly.”
Do More 24 Delaware is designed to be a fun and easy way for the entire community to impact philanthropy and be inspired to donate to nonprofits serving Delaware. It is a unique 24-hour giving event that showcases the amazing and vital work of nonprofit organizations serving our state. The goal is to inspire Delawareans to come together for 24 hours once a year and contribute as much as they can financially to the causes and organizations that they support. Do More 24 Delaware is powered by the United Way of Delaware and Spur Impact Association.
Veritext Cares is the umbrella name for the many ways that the Veritext family conscientiously gives back to the communities of which we are part. Rooted in the Veritext Core Values of respect, ethics and collaboration, Veritext Cares encourages philanthropic efforts (and general loving-kindness) amongst our employees, court reporters, videographers, clients, and the legal industry at large.