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Saint Francis Hospital-Memphis Gives Back on Giving Tuesday

Nov 28, 2016
#GivingTuesday is a global day of giving back. We are excited to the share stories of  our employees giving back to the community.

Saint Francis Hospital–Memphis Employees Rally to Help Mid-South Food Bank during Holidays

Food Bank sign
(Pictured:  David Stephens, with the Mid South Food Bank, and Frances Christian, Customer Relations and organizer of the bike raffle.)

When it comes to helping others, Saint Francis Hospital–Memphis employees are committed to more than patient care, they strive to make a difference in the community as well.  Just before Thanksgiving, employees raised $1000 to help feed Memphis families in need.   Hospital Leaders matched the employee contribution amount, bringing their contribution level to $2,000.  With this money, 200 families were able to have a thanksgiving dinner.  Support for the Mid-South Food Bank will continue in December with a food drive.

 Food Bank Bike Raffle
(Pictured: Latunya Ellis, nursing education and Martha Leech, accounting, were winners of the bike raffle and are pictured with hospital administration.)

To raise the money prior to Thanksgiving, the staff organized a raffle of two bikes with safety helmets, which were donated by our auxiliary volunteers. The Saint Francis Hospital Auxiliary hold different fund raising activities throughout the year to help with special projects and outreach opportunities.

Saint Francis Hospital Auxiliary Furnishes Inpatient Rehab Transitional Suite

Trasitional Suite

A special thank you to our volunteers for providing the furniture for our transitional suite in inpatient rehabilitation.  Auxiliary volunteers are pictured with Christa Polk, nurse manager for inpatient rehab.  Polk thanked the group for the work they did this year to furnish the room which actually includes a bedroom, living room and bathroom. She said the room is important in helping patients transition before returning home and experience situations in a traditional setting rather than just a hospital room.  The room provides opportunities for them to practice what they have learned before going home.  The Saint Francis Hospital Auxiliary holds different fund raising activities throughout the year to help with special projects and outreach opportunities.

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