Here’s an opportunity to help those who have been impacted by the Coronavirus. Ron Farsetti and The Rotary Club of HHI have organized a fundraiser for Deep Well with a goal of $50,000. The fundraiser runs through April 30th. Due to the many closings, there will be countless workers in our community who will need immediate assistance. All donations go directly to Deep Well.
There are several ways to donate:
- Direct check by mail directly to Deep Well
In memo line: Farsetti/Rotary Club of HHI Fundraiser
The Deep Well Project
P.O. Box 5543
Hilton Head Island, SC 29938
- Or credit card to Deep Well
Again, note that the donation goes to Farsetti/Rotary Club of HHI Fundraiser
- Through Ron Farsetti’s Facebook page:
Again, all funds go directly to Deep Well.
Two companies are going to match donations up to a certain amount within the April timeframe, so please join us in helping those who are or will be in dire straits due to the Coronavirus.
All donations of $50 or more will be entered into a drawing for 1 of 30 original art prints.
All donations of $100 or more will be entered into a drawing for 1 of 3 original framed art.
Prints of original art are donated by Stephen Ball, owner of The Great Frame Up Bluffton.
Original art and prints are works by Ron Farsetti. You can view the art work and get updates on the fundraiser at Ron’s Facebook page, at- R Vito Farsetti
“The Rotary Club of Hilton Head Island and its members raised over $1 million to build the first Deep Well building and made a 1/4 million dollar endowment to get them started. Their support and contribution to our community has room to offer the ability for you to join us in supporting the people that will be coming forward for help in the coming weeks, most of whom never imagined they would need help. Join us and support our local community members.
All donations go directly to deep well, no fees….
WE will assist those workers that will be displaced due to Covid-19.
This assistance is immediate and non-bureaucratic. Food and Rent payments are intended to provide clients in need a bridge to stand on while struggling in this unfortunate time.”