Guest Post: GCGH Foundation Director, Kyle Cross I came across this article, and thought it really hit close to home, literally: Why Give to Small or Local Nonprofit Organizations? The Huffington Post released this article to give the reasons why giving locally matters more than giving to other, larger organizations. I found myself nodding my head in agreement as I read contributor, Jessica Kidd's perspective. While you read her article, consider the following: Greene County General … [Read more...] about Charitable Giving Close to Home – it matters!
They say there are two kinds of people in this world: those who start celebrating Christmas at 12:01 am on November 1st, and those...who don't. The good news for holiday traditionalists and year-round merry-makers alike, is that November can still bring us all together in an attitude of gratitude and generosity. So what are we grateful for at Greene County General Hospital? LOTS of things...new baby smell, the bacon in the cafeteria every morning, new employees, generous staff … [Read more...] about Two Kinds of People – One Great November
When a local young man decided to collect toys and donate them to pediatric patients at Greene County General Hospital, we were not only impressed with his initiative and generosity, we were deeply touched by his compassion. Read all about Greene County's own 'Happy Gilmore' HERE. … [Read more...] about Local Teen Donates Toys