Assistance and support during Covid-19
We realize your inboxes have been inundated with email after email of what your favorite companies are doing during this time of the coronavirus. Giving Tree Surrogacy is doing no different.
The emerging situation with the Covid-19 coronavirus and the many news reports around us are creating anxiety and worry for the future and our well-being. In times like these, it is especially important to remember it takes a village.
As a company and a family, we are called to assist the well-being of our intended parents, surrogates, staff, and families by making wise decisions to support the health of those in our care. As a result, we have transitioned to our office staff working remotely and avoiding unnecessary outings to minimize opportunities for the virus to spread.
Because our company is part of a larger community, we seek to reduce opportunities for the virus to spread not only to protect ourselves, but also those close to us who may be at risk of more serious complications. We take this service to our neighbor very seriously.
As a company with a global reach, we recognize that we are connected with people all around the world and we regularly interact with many cultures. Decisions made in one part of the world may rapidly affect other areas. As such, our response to this crisis needs to consider the effect on others. We serve our neighbors globally and locally when we seek ways to help mitigate the impact of the virus.
As you are able, consider how you might better serve your family and community. We have already sent masks to be used by our mothers to be used during their doctor’s visits and other outings while being more diligent with hand washing. The Giving Tree staff will be working from home to be able to do our part for our loved ones while helping our intended parents and surrogates still achieve their dreams of completed families.
We will continue to provide you with the very best service, and as always, we are here to help you during every step of this very amazing journey of surrogacy.
It takes a village to protect and grow love. By staying informed and working together, we can protect ourselves and our community.
For the latest information on the coronavirus, visit the CDC website.