“Thank you.” These two simple words can mean more than just gratitude – they can motivate, give hope and offer peace of mind. To our team members, who share their talents and compassion to help patients achieve better health and well-being every day, these words bring joy, warmth and energy to continue providing exceptional care.
Even better, gratitude does something amazing for the giver: helping with healing, providing needed closure and encouraging calming reflection. Plus, an act of appreciation also can help inspire others.
No matter how you say “thank you,” your generosity helps us sustain our mission, provide care for our neighbors and plan for the future of our communities.
“Gratitude is a powerful catalyst for happiness. It’s the spark that lights a fire of joy in your soul.”
Three ways to say thanks
There are several ways to show your appreciation for the care you or a loved one receive. All three make a direct impact on the work we do with patients every day:
- Tell your story: Your personal story of gratitude can inspire others to pay their experiences forward as well.
- Give a gift: You can make a financial donation in honor of a special caregiver – a gift that provides direct recognition and thanks.
- Share your time:Use your unique skills to help others through a wide variety of roles and opportunities.
To begin, select a foundation below.