SPIRIT OF GENEROSITY
The reason I give to the Spirit Club is because I know what it’s like to struggle and need help. Also, I have been a recipient of this club at a very difficult time of my life. It was an unexpected gift that was a blessing for me as it helped pay for a new hearing aid after our dog chewed mine up. I like knowing that I am able to contribute to a club that helps others in so many ways as it has helped me.
Billing Coordinator, Operating Room
There have been times in my life where my coworkers’ generosity has made all the difference in the world. I still remember how touched and grateful I felt when my employer and coworkers helped me with expenses after my daughter’s passing. That kindness made an extremely difficult time bearable. By contributing to the SPIRIT Club, I am able to pay it forward, and I hope to touch someone the way others have touched me.
Cathy Anthony, R.N.
Nurse Navigator, Oncology
I give (because) I believe so strongly in giving to the Spirit Club.
My mother was a very proud Memorial Medical Center employee and a wonderful example to me of giving and generosity. She always gave to the Spirit Club and any other opportunity that there was, although she really didn’t have the means to do so. In May of 1993 while walking to work she was a victim of a hit and run driver. The Spirit Club paid her health insurance payments while she was on leave.
When your life has been turned upside down by tragic events, acts of kindness are long remembered. I will always give to the Memorial Hospital Foundation to honor my mother’s spirit of giving and because I know what it means to receive in times of need.
Community Outreach Coordinator, Cancer Services
I joined SPIRIT when I started working here 11 years ago. Initially it was, and still is, a gesture of gratitude for the opportunity to work for a great organization. Three years ago when a second chance at life came my way, my Sutter family showed me so much unexpected support. This is when I truly became aware of why we give. I give because I have been given so much.
Todd Imura, R.D., MHA
Chief Clinical Dietitian
I give hoping to make a small difference in someone’s life. To be able to have a stable job in such an unstable economy I am proud to be able to give what I can to help others in need. Just paying it forward. :)
Antoinette Langum, R.N.
I give because it’s the right thing to do—what goes around, comes around.
Pam Lenhert, PharmD, FCSHP
Clinical Coordinator, Pharmacy
I have been giving to Memorial Hospital Foundation for the last 19 years because I am proud of our great organization, and donating is the right thing to do. Memorial Medical Center gives to me every day, and I choose to give back to the Foundation so that my donations can help enhance projects at MMC. I am very proud to work at Memorial Medical Center, and am very proud of each employee and the work they do. Donating to MHF/MMC is a no-brainer and it is the right thing to do.
Senior Executive Assistant, Administration
In the spirit of love and kindness to human beings with a small token coming from my heart, inspired by our almighty God.
Lolita Nuestro, R.N.
NICU, Family Birthing Center
For the past twenty years I have had the joy of serving here at Memorial Medical Center. I have had the opportunity to pray with and encourage our patients. Not only that, I have had the opportunity to give a little to support the mission of Memorial Medical Center. It is better to give than to receive.
Rev. Jerry Roberts
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