(GREENVILLE, IL) – HSHS Holy Family Hospital has teamed up with HeartsForHealthcare.com to support the HSHS Holy Family Foundation. By visiting heartsforhealthcare.com you can purchase Hearts for Healthcare Workers yard signs and t-shirts to join a movement that is benefiting local COVID-19 response efforts.

“Our colleagues are on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic, and we truly appreciate the community’s support,” said Kelly Sager, president and CEO of Holy Family Hospital. “We are grateful for the opportunity to partner with HeartsforHealthcare.com on this initiative. Seeing these signs and shirts in our community will help show support for our colleagues.”
For every sign and t-shirt purchased by residents in Bond County, heartsforhealthcare.com will donate $5 to the HSHS Holy Family Foundation. Funds raised from this initiative will be available to help our local hospital with added costs associated with our COVID-19 response efforts; like the colleague emergency assistance funds, purchase of additional personal protective equipment, unique equipment rental and additional sanitation supply purchases.
Search for @hearts4hc on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to see the support for healthcare workers spread across the community. Community members are also invited to post photos of their own sign or t-shirt and use the hashtag #asignofsupport.
Signs and shirts can be shipped directly to your home. More details to come soon on in-store yard sign purchase locations in your area.

Media Contact

Ashley Gramann

Manager, Communications
HSHS Illinois
Office: (618) 526-5439
Cell: (618) 651-2588

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