"I can't imagine being more fortunate than to have a business that blends passion for a product with giving back and with helping others." -Teresa Spellman Gamble
Many businesses are struggling to stay financially afloat while successfully serving their customers amidst social distancing rules. But for other businesses the question they are struggling with is – what else more can we do to help our community?
Tinte Cellars is one of those very special businesses, founded on a philanthropic model that seeks to support the community. Host Bruce Bracken talks with co-owner Teresa Spellman Gamble, who started a campaign aimed at brightening the day of so many elderly people who are affected by COVID-19.
Drawing from her unique upbringing and her devotion to her community, Teresa encouraged those around her to create thoughtful handwritten letters or cards, that would then be distributed by Northshore Senior Center, the second largest senior center in the United States. In a short time, Teresa’s Love Letters to the Elderly campaign quickly grew in popularity in Washington State, inspiring others everywhere to do the same.
It’s heartening to realize the power that a few meaningful words on paper can have to brighten and bring hope to someone’s day.
Teresa Spellman-Gamble – LinkedIn
Tinte Cellars – Love Letters to the Elderly
Northshore Senior Center – Website
Seattle Times - Article
Woodinville Weekly - Article
Seattle PI - Article
Tinte Cellars Website: www.tintecellars.com
Bruce Bracken - LinkedIn
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