I hope this letter finds you and your family doing well and staying healthy during this pandemic.
I wanted to share with you that Allegro has been doing well and working hard over the past few months for our community’s children living with disabilities!
We have been in contact with teachers from our school programs, and we have received good news that all of Allegro’s children are staying safe and healthy! We continue to closely monitor COVID-19. Our first priority is the safety and well-being of our children, families, friends, and employees!
The Allegro staff is taking this time working remotely utilizing tools like Zoom to connect with one another to update our promo video, strengthen our curriculum, along with our assessment and evaluation techniques, keep up-to-date on new research developments, and the day-to-day general administration needs of Allegro.
I am pleased to announce that all Allegro Staff members have been staying up-to-date on their Red Cross training, as well, and have recently added Red Cross & CDC/COVID-19 Safety training to their list of credentials! Safety is a crucial concern for Allegro throughout the year!
We are very excited to move forward with our upcoming 11th Annual Golf Invitational on Monday September 28th at our new location, Cedarwood Country Club. We have been working closely with the Cedarwood staff to assure all cleaning and sanitation guidelines from the CDC are in place. Social distancing policies will also be implemented to ensure a safe and exciting event for all of our participants.
During this uncertain time, we are so thankful to have the support from our Sponsors, the Allegro Board Members, and our Friends of Allegro Guild members. This year has brought many changes and challenges to Allegro, but with your support, we will come through this pandemic stronger than ever and ready to continue our important work for children living with disabilities!
Thank you all for being CHAMPIONS for Allegro!
Founder & President
Allegro Foundation… a Champion for Children with Disabilities is a local non-profit headquartered in Charlotte, NC. Now in our 29th year as an independent organization, we provide our movement education programs FREE OF CHARGE to children and their families living in the Charlotte Mecklenburg and York Country, South Carolina communities.
Did you know that Allegro Foundation accepts matching gifts?
If your place of employment has a matching gift program and you are already a donor to Allegro, then please consider adding Allegro to your company’s list of approved charities. Not only will you double the impact of your donation, but you will be helping Allegro continue our mission to bring FREE movement education programs to families of children living with disabilities throughout North and South Carolina.