When we look back over 2020, an unprecedented year full of challenges for all of us, the overwhelming emotion we both feel is gratitude.
In the midst of so much change and uncertainty, the generous support you provided, especially for our front line staff, touched the hearts of everyone here at Good Samaritan Medical Center.
In 2020 alone, you supported our teams beyond what we could ever have imagined with signs, cards, food, homemade masks and headbands, gift bags, and personal protective equipment. Neighborhoods and church groups banded together to collect money and gift cards and delivered meals. Other members of the community donated thousands of spare masks, gloves and hand sanitizer they had at home. Area restaurants and other businesses sent cases of beverages and snacks and thousands of meals. Families, scout troops and church youth groups reached out to us with messages of gratitude and support.
We felt your love and it meant more than we can express to you. You helped to get us through our most challenging days. Learn more by reading our 2020 Annual Report.