Customer Appreciation Week: Good Will Wednesday

By Patrice Meadows — Wednesday, December 6th, 2017 at 11:00am
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Organizations are often measured not only by the work they do but how they improve communities. One of the best things about working with our clients is learning about the positive impact their organizations have on others.

We are proud to recognize the great work our clients do to help those in need and want to take a closer look at the following examples.

Citizens Memorial Hospital: Citizen’s Memorial Hospital held the 22nd annual Golden Age Games uniting senior citizens from seven CMH facilities for a day of fun. Participants competed in various contests and socialized with others throughout the day.

Line of senior citizens in hula skirts

EngenderHealth: In a partnership with USAID, EngenderHealth is improving the lives of women and girls in Nigeria by completing corrective surgeries to address a common health issue. So far, the partnership has helped more than 400 patients and planning many more. To learn more about their work, visit www.engenderhealth.org.

Alabama Department of Public Health: In an effort to provide the best care possible to stroke patients in Alabama, the Alabama Department of Health launched a Statewide Stroke System. The network of 60 hospitals are specially-trained and equipped to quickly respond to those experiencing stroke symptoms.The goal of this project is to improve care and outcomes for Alabama residents.  

C&S Wholesale Grocers: Following the devastating hurricane and wildfires seasons, C&S Wholesale Grocers partnered with other organizations to help victims. Working with the Red Cross, Feeding America, and the Associated Supermarket Group, C&S Grocers donated food and relief funds to help those in California and Puerto Rico.  

Agnes Scott College: In November, Agnes-Scott College partnered with Spelman College to host the Borderlands Conference for Queer People of Color. The two-day event highlighted the work of various activists, artists, and academics that have advanced LGBTQ rights.

Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District: Food insecurity is a growing issue on college campuses across America. To support their students, Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community Colleges opened food pantries on all of its campuses. Each location offers students free food and toiletries on a weekly basis.

Grossmont Cuyamaca Community College District students selecting food out of the pantry

What are you doing to make an impact in your community? Share stories of your good work below or tweet us @hannon_hill.



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