When we founded Hermit Haus Redevelopment and Hermits’ Rest Enterprises, we intended them to be engines of good in the world.
This week, we set up a matching fund with a local charity for Bahamian hurricane relief. That fund has already exceeded our goal, bur I encourage you to do what you can to help some of the most wonderful people in the world to rebuild their lives. I can’t imagine having a hurricane with more than 200 mph winds sit on top of my home for two days. I’ve ridden out lesser hurricanes—mostly in the cab of a pickup—but what happened in the Bahamas is unprecedented as far as I can tell.
The other thing I did was to buy twenty tickets for the Cameron Rotary club’s annual spaghetti supper. This event raises money for the Rotary club’s charitable efforts, which include scholarships and youth leadership education. It also feeds people before some football game—Suna is the football nerd in the family. The tickets I bought will feed the band before the game. See the graphic for details. If you contact me to buy a ticket, I’ll buy another one for a band kid.
If you’re going to be in the Cameron area, you can contact me or any other Rotarian for tickets. How often can you eat a good meal for a good cause?
Neither of these actions is a big deal. Neither cost a ton of money. When you set out to do good, little things pile up. So please do something good today—no matter how small.Hermann says please like and share!