Patient Access Fundraiser
November 9, 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
The Patient Access Department at Prestige is hosting a holiday themed fundraiser in the lobby of Prestige on November 9th. They will be selling Christmas ornament bulbs that they have decorated and filled with various items such as Christmas sheet music, tinsel, etc. for $5 each.
All money made from this fundraiser will go toward a family in need during the holidays, the goals to help with food for Thanksgiving or Christmas gifts.
Thanksgiving Food Drive
Ends November 15
Kettering Health Network is doing a Thanksgiving Food Drive ending November 15th. They are requesting donations of boxed and canned food items that will go to assist fellow Kettering Health Network employees and their families during the holidays.
Items requested are:
- Boxed Stuffing Mix
- Boxed Instant Oats
- Gravy (canned or mixed packets)
- Canned Cranberry Sauce
- Canned Soup
- Canned Vegetables
- Canned Sweet Potatoes
- Pumpkin Pie Fillings
- Fruit Pie Filling
- Pie Crust
- Canned Fruit
*Cash or Grocery Gift Cards are gratefully accepted.
If you have any questions about this food drive, please reach out to your designated departments contact. If your department does not have a point of contact for drop off spot, please feel free to reach out to Noreen Whitmill or to drop off items in the lobby of Sycamore Medical Center.
Ending November 22
Have you thought about donating to United Way but didn’t think your small contribution would make a difference in the big picture?
United Way of the Greater Dayton Area created a graphic (attached) to show how a seemingly small donation will help impact the lives of those in need. When we all work together and give united, our donation can make a world of difference to someone.
Here are a few examples:
- For the cost of a latte, someone without health insurance that is experiencing a medical emergency will receive a lifesaving prescription.
- For the cost of a lottery ticket, 10 hungry children will receive a backpack filled with food to feed them over the weekend.
- For the cost of a movie ticket and popcorn, eight children challenged by disabilities will each receive one week of day care and therapy.
No matter what amount you can give, we encourage you to donate during this year’s annual fundraising campaign. As we enter week three of our campaign, we have successfully raised over $200,000. Help us reach $300,000 and empower United Way of the Greater Dayton Area and Butler County to make our communities better.
Your contribution makes a difference.