In a time in which we're told to isolate & be apart...
We aim to help loved ones overcome social isolation - especially those in the hospital
during the COVID-19 crisis - by supplying them with donated tablets/iPads to connect them with their family via video chat!
Romans 12:21 Do not be overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good
HOW YOU CAN
DONATE AN OLD DEVICE
Help us provide devices by donating your old/used devices. It doesn't have to be perfect, just has to be in working condition!
If you would like to donate new devices, we happily accept that as well.
PLEASE DROP DONATED DEVICES OFF AT NEUTZ SONS & DAUGHTERS MOVING
1861 Williamson Ct.
Louisville, Kentucky 40223
*Please contact us before dropping off a device*
SPREAD THE WORD & HELP US CONNECT
We want as many opportunities to help the loved ones connect as possible. If you know someone in need, please let us know! We will get the family connected and deliver the device to the patient - after it goes through the sanitation process, of course!
TAKE THIS IDEA & RUN WITH IT!
We want this message to spread like rapid fire. But, we can't do it without your help! If you're tech savvy at all, we will send you instructions on what app to download/how to set up the devices, etc. and you can do this in your area.
Make a monetary donation that goes directly towards the purchase of tablets/ipads OR shop our Amazon wishlist! It will be shipped directly to us.
We are children, grandchildren and friends of Keiko Neutz. This organization is powered by the Neutz family, comprised of over 50 family members.
Keiko passed away on March 30th, 2020 after contracting COVID-19. Keiko's daughter, Debbie, and her two daughters, Lacy Turner and Jenna Forbes founded this organization shortly after Keiko's passing. She was not allowed visitors, so Lacy came up with the idea of setting up an old laptop, downloading a video chat app and dropping it off at the hospital. With the help of some amazing nurses, we were able to be with her the last few days she was alive and even during her last breath
Through our experience, we felt convicted to help others going through the same thing. So we founded Keiko Neutz Amazing Grace Foundation - Amazing Grace was Keiko's favorite song and one we were able to play her during her final moments with us.
Although we weren't allowed to be physically with her, we were with her virtually - and we want everyone to have the same opportunity we had.