Virtual Crowd Media Gives Back

As the coronavirus continues to surge across the United States, many states are experiencing their highest levels of infection and hospitalizations since the start of the pandemic. Virtual Crowd Media is grateful to the frontline workers that are fighting to keep our communities safe. As part of the on-going effort to limit the spread of COVID-19, Virtual Crowd Media donated critical personal protective equipment to the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office.

Virtual Crowd Media, a local Delray Beach digital marketing agency, made the critical PPE donation on Veterans Day. Eva Hodgens, Chief Executive Officer and a veteran herself, understands the importance and responsibility that comes with protecting those who serve our communities. In honor of Veterans Day, Hodgens wanted to give back to the officers who continuously serve the local community and are currently risking their own health as they work on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Each bag of donated PPE contained two KN95 masks and a 1.69 oz. bottle of hand sanitizer. PPE has been in short supply since the start of the pandemic with the demand surpassing what could be supplied. Having personal protective equipment is vital for frontline workers to properly perform their jobs while remaining safe.

It has never been more important to support the officers, and all frontline workers, who serve and protect our communities. We are thankful for their efforts during these turbulent and uncertain times. Do your part to protect the community. Be sure to continue washing your hands, social distancing, and wearing a mask.


Eva Hodgens, CEO of Virtual Crowd Media (Left), Officer Peitz, Palm Beach County Sheriff