While COVID-19 has brought many changes to our nation, some things are still as important as ever. One of those is taking the time in May during Memorial Day to remember loved ones no longer with us, cherish moments with our friends and family, and honor those that have made an impact in our lives.
We want to take a moment to remember your loved ones as well as honor those who hold an important place in your heart whether that be a friend, family member, frontline worker, or community member. Help us remember and honor them by listing their name on the line below, and we will include them on our memorial signs outside each of our offices in Greenville, Coldwater, Portland, and our Care Center. This year we are adding an “In Honor” section on our signs to feature those that you would like to recognize for helping you or making a difference in your life.
Each Memorial Day many of you choose to honor your loved one with a gift to our agency to help us continue our mission in serving our patients and their families. This year we ask for your continuing support, as it is needed now more than ever as we navigate the new normal during the COVID-19 pandemic.
We are committed to providing the best care to our patients with dignity and compassion, and that has not changed through these times of uncertainties. Your gift allows us to continue to do this. We understand that this year may be more challenging to give for some and want you to know there are other ways you can help make a difference. You can help lift the spirits of our frontline healthcare workers, not just in our agency, but also in our communities. You can share words of encouragement, inspiring quotes, or even a simple Thank You.
We also invite you to send a message to a healthcare worker who may hold a special place in your heart for the care they provided to your loved one. A small note from you can make a huge difference in giving the gift of hope and motivation to those who need it most!
We will personally share your uplifting notes with our frontline workers and healthcare partners on our social media and our website. Please, help support our agency and spread positivity and hope to those working in the healthcare field who are true superheroes during this difficult time. If you have any questions on how you can help support our agency, please contact Erica Wood at ewood@ stateoftheheartcare.org or 800.417.7535.
Stay well, and remember we are #InThisTogether!