#TogetherButApart at On Top of the World
Through these challenging times, On Top of the World has been spreading positivity for those in the community. While staying safely open for potential new residents, there has also been a huge effort from On Top of the World employees to take care of its residents. The Club at Candler Hills and Sid’s Coffee Shop & Deli stayed open to provide residents with food and coffee; The Ranch Fitness Center & Spa went virtual so members could stay active from home; there was a fun outdoor, social-distancing community challenge to keep our residents engaged during the stay-at-home order; and much more!
One big way that On Top of the World has been helping is by donating non-perishable food and personal hygiene items to residents who are homebound and unable to do shopping for themselves right now.
In just three days, employees from all departments came together and were able to donate and gather On Top of the World satchels full of groceries and personal hygiene items for 12 anonymous families in need. Fresh, hot meals were also delivered to the families.
Some items in the satchels include:
- Air freshener
- Bar soap (individually wrapped)
- Travel size dish wash soap
- Dishwasher detergent (pack of 5)
- Travel size disinfecting wipes
- Travel size fabric softener
- Hand soap (7.5 oz)
- Travel size laundry detergent
- Individually wrapped paper towels
- Pretzels on-the-go packs
- Individually wrapped sponges
- Individually wrapped tissue packs
- Individually wrapped toilet paper
- Three-pack toothbrushes
- Individually boxed toothpaste
- Trash bags (pack of 13)
- Snack packs of tuna salad and crackers
Residents of On Top of the World have also been coming together to support those in need. Many residents have been making and donating face masks and collecting and donating non-perishable food items.
It’s times like these where we can really sit back and see how much of a generous, family-oriented community On Top of the World is from the workers to the residents.