August 17, 2020

Staying happy at home videos provide $10,000 donation to Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare Foundation

(Tallahassee, FL) Local Anheuser-Busch wholesaler Tri-Eagle Sales and Hearth & Soul, a local gathering place and retail shop, have partnered to encourage community members to enjoy “staying happy at home.”

As many of you know, one of the ways people can help during this pandemic is by staying at home and staying healthy. Budweiser, Tri-Eagle Sales and Hearth & Soul want to hear those staying happy-at-home stories to bring inspiration and encouragement to our local community and are asking the community to submit their story. With every #stayinghappyathome video submission, Budweiser, Tri-Eagle Sales, and Hearth & Soul will donate $100, creating a donation of up to $10,000 to the Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare Foundation in honor of our health-care heroes.

“In order to keep our health care workers safe, we need to do whatever we can. This program allows our community to support one another by offering words of encouragement and still giving back to our health-care heroes in these challenging times,” says Tripp Transou, Owner/CEO of Tri-Eagle Sales.

Whether your video highlights teaching your children how to cook, fun with your pets, provides home gardening tips, or creating fun family games your video provides a donation for immediate impact by providing funding to protect the lives of patients and health-care providers.

Your gift will help meet urgent needs for

  • Purchasing personal protective equipment.
  • Expanding COVID-19 testing capacity.
  • Facilitating hospital modifications to increase Tallahassee Memorial
  • Hospital Intensive Care Unit capacity.
  • Purchasing additional equipment for the Northwood Centre COVID-19 sample collection site.
  • Providing any COVID-19–related need.

“Now, more than ever Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare needs your support to face the full impact of the COVID-19 virus. All funds raised will offset many of the enormous costs TMH is paying to provide the facilities, equipment and staffing support to protect our community during this pandemic,” says Nigel Allen, President & Chief Advancement Officer for Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare Foundation.

Community members can submit their 30-second video by visiting