Caregivers and staff are giving back this Christmas to the neediest in our community with the annual Coffee Regional Medical Center Giving Tree. Each year, hundreds of ornaments are placed on the Giving Tree, each identifying a special need in the community. Employees and caregivers can take an ornament and fulfill the need identified on the ornament.
The ornaments represent The Coffee County Food Bank, The Good Deeds Club of Coffee County, Families Together, and Called to Care of Coffee County. Caregivers and staff joined together to donate an impressive 325 boxes of cereal, 95 coats, 100 packs of baby diapers and wipes, many gift cards, toys and games, self-care essentials, clothes, and more. To add to the fun, the CRMC nursing staff joined together to have a friendly competition among nursing departments and donated 205 boxes of cereal and 55 coats.
We have been truly humbled to have the outpouring of support and love from this community over the past two years and our staff was honored to have the opportunity to give back in this way. From our families to yours, we wish you a Merry Christmas and a Healthy and Happy New Year!
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