Our Partners Respond to COVID-19

Several Sagamore partners have stepped up to help members of their communities navigate the difficult challenges brought on by this pandemic. We encourage you to explore some ways our partners are doing their part in the fight against COVID-19.

Free and Safe Deliveries

from DeliverEnd

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Nick Turner is the founder and CEO of DeliverEnd, a Commonwealth start up that provides innovative tech to make deliveries and meetups for online purchases safer and more convenient.

When businesses in Indianapolis began to struggle in light of COVID-19, Nick and DeliverEnd stepped up and offered free delivery services for all local businesses. Additionally, Nick and team recently announced that DeliverEnd will be donating more than 1,000 N95 and 3PLY face masks to hospitals and nursing homes in the Indianapolis area.

Learn more about Nick and DeliverEnd here and here.


from ACME Creation Labs

Stephen Fucile, Executive Relations Manager at Commonwealth partner Prison Entrepreneurship Program (PEP), has launched a mission to manufacture PPE face shields for medical workers, first responders, and other essential employees in the Dallas area. ACME Creation Lab converted their operations as an art studio to respond to the need, relying on volunteers and donations to produce the face masks. Once the masks are made, they are then donated to community health and public service workers. 

Click here to learn more about these innovative solutions at ACME Creation Lab.

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Education Rising to the Occasion

from The Oaks Academy


The Oaks Academy, a Scholarships for Education Choice partner school, is doing everything they can to ensure their students’ well-being, safety, and ability to learn continues throughout the COVID-19 lock down. 

They purchased distributed 600 Chromebooks and deployed a new distance learning model within 3 days of the school closing. They are keeping the tradition of their morning community meetings via virtual meetings, where parents, students and staff are invited to join each other in worship and prayer. In addition, The Oaks Academy is supplying 5-day meal bundles to families in need, available for pickup every Monday.

To learn more about The Oaks Academy’s amazing response to COVID-19 visit their “Good News at the Oaks” page here

Help for Nonprofits

from Mission Triangle

Mission Triangle is a Commonwealth partner dedicated to helping faith-based nonprofits succeed by offering training, coaching, and assessment service at no cost for the organization. 

In response to COVID-19, Mission Triangle is presenting a free online forum titled, “Donor Communication in Times of Crisis.” For more information on this event or to register, click here

In addition, Mission Triangle has  published a list of specific nonprofits who are in need and ways that you can help!


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Sustainable Solutions to Poverty

from ThriveWorx

ThriveWorx helps impoverished farming communities develop their skills, improve their infrastructure, and strengthen their overall health and wellness in order to create viable solutions to poverty.

In light of COVID-19 and the imminent global recession, the mission of ThriveWorx is more important than ever before. Their specialization in effective poverty solutions will help mitigate the ramifications of COVID-19 in vulnerable communities.

Click here to learn more about ThriveWorx. To help further ThriveWorx’s mission, consider making a donation.