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 members, did we mention the bacon in the cafeteria?
There are too many to count, but we happen to be thinking a lot about our staff members who have been making regular donations to our GCGH Foundation this year. These are special people, and they are giving even more of themselves than their jobs require of them, funding smoking cessation classes, grief support groups, the Sweet Dreams Baby Bundles program, 3D mammograms – and so much more.
We are so thankful for employees who have donated more than $6,000 this year, from their hearts and their pocketbooks.
That’s what we call leadership by example around here, and we hope that everyone in our community will follow their lead and help support the good work of the GCGH Foundation before 2017 comes to a close.
Whether you’re already in the Christmas spirit, or still enjoying your stockpile of Halloween candy, make this November about gratitude and generosity and join our staff in making a difference in the health of Greene County!