Spreading Kindness and Cheer to Caregivers

April 15, 2020

// By Wendy Stark Healy //

Wendy Stark HealyFrom Girl Scouts donating cookies they couldn’t sell, to chaplains bringing lollipops to nursing stations, to colleagues making posters and shout-outs to frontline staff, coronavirus isn’t spreading only an illness, but kindness and cheer as well.

As hospitals and health care organizations seek much-needed personal protective equipment for staff, communities are responding by donating comfort items, too — sending caregivers pizzas, boxed lunches, beverages, sweet treats, and much more.

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