STORIES OF COMPASSION FROM OUR SUNRISE FAMILY
NEW JOB INFORMATION AND REMINDER
BUSINESS RELIEF: SBA AND SBDC ISSUES
Remember, while essential businesses are open not all outings are essential in the moment. Be smart to save our community.
When out, social distancing compliance and sanitizing yourself and your environment is critical to getting us back to normal sooner!
Stories of Compassion, Empathy and Charity
Throughout this crisis which is inflicting so much pain and sacrifice, there have been so many wonderful moments reminding us
why our Sunrise Family is so special.
A resident emailed me a beautiful moment he experienced while waiting in line (social distancing compliant) for take-out. The woman in front paid with a stack of bills … $100 bills for each of the employees. Not a TV camera moment or stunt to go viral – just an act of love because she felt connected to their sacrifice and pain.
Keep those special moments coming in!
We will begin sharing them on our website.
Sometimes, we just need to remind ourselves of the fundamental goodness in most people, and that we are all connected.
In the meantime, please be patient and grateful with all those serving in essential businesses as they are giving of themselves to be there for us.
Of course, be thankful to our nurses, doctors, hospital workers, first responders, bus drivers, grocery workers and so many others who are working to save lives or provide essential services to keep us going.
(interlude in important messaging)
So, I think I need a haircut … can’t figure out how to get one virtually and don’t dare go to “youtube” to figure out
how to cut my own hair with the scissors in the house.
Someone suggested the “Flowbee”!
Raise your hand if you remember those commercials?
Maybe a good product but I think I will ride this out a bit longer.
(back to messaging)
FPL and Internet Providers: Service
Many have been worried about potential disruption of service.
Here is some information we were able to find from FP&L and Xfinity.
In short, it seems you should not be worrying about disconnection even if you have to take some steps to make sure you are protected.
Let us know if you have any problems.
For customers experiencing hardship as a result of COVID-19, we have resources from FPL available to help, and to the extent they are available, we’ll continue to connect customers with resources from federal, state and local authorities. A good place to learn more is FPL.com/Help.
We have also implemented the same policies that we do during major crisis events and are suspending electrical disconnections, providing payment extensions and waiving certain late payment fees for customers in a hardship situation.