Heartland RV donates 3 RVs to Elkhart County for COVID-19 response
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Heartland RV in Elkhart donated 3 RVs to Elkhart County's COVID-19 Incident Management Team.
The RVs will be used as additional office space for different departments.
The units allow the Incident Management Team to implement social distancing while still doing important work for the county and residents.
“A lot of the RVs can be used for office space, can be used for mobile health units, you know bathroom facilities. We all as a community need to help and this is just one way that we felt that was available that we were able to donate," said Lesley Melvin, the Director of Marketing for Heartland RV.
Last week they donated 400 masks and 700 PPE suits to Beacon Health System.
Heartland says they will continue to support the local health care community during this critical time.
“We will continue to search for additional opportunities. Whoever needs help can absolutely reach out to us. I think that we have the capabilities so we’re just trying to do our part," Melvin said.