Southeast Health collecting Christmas cards for frontline workers

Cards can be dropped off outside entrance two upper level.
Cards can be dropped off outside entrance two upper level.(WTVY)
Published: Dec. 7, 2020 at 12:49 PM CST
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DOTHAN, Ala. (WTVY) - Healthcare workers have been facing the pandemic since it first shifted our lives.

Southeast Health is providing the community with the opportunity to thank and encourage those workers.

Through December you can buy or make a homemade Christmas card for the hospital’s frontline team members.

Then place it in an envelope and drop it off outside entrance two upper level.

The cards will be displayed inside of the hospital through the end of January to remind healthcare workers they are appreciated.

“It’s been a rough year for everyone, and our community has been so great throughout this year. It’s just an extra way to show our frontline staff that the community cares and they stand behind them,” says Southeast Health donor relations specialist Sarah Jenks.

Cards can also be sent to Southeast Health at 1108 Ross Clark Circle, Dothan, Alabama, 36301.

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