Ace Sign Company has teamed up to raise money for the HSHS St. Francis Foundation by donating “Hearts for Healthcare Workers” yard signs. Each sign costs $8.95 and are available in Litchfield at Jubelt’s Restaurant and Bakery, and at Randy’s Market in Benld and Gillespie. All funds raised benefit the hospital’s COVID-19 response efforts.

“Special thanks to Ace Sign Company for donating the signs,” stated Paula Endress, director of philanthropy for HSHS St. Francis Hospital. We appreciate their support in helping us recognize our healthcare workers.” Further information is available www.stfrancis-litchfield.org.

Last month, HSHS St. Francis introduced the Hearts for Healthcare Workers as an option for families to show their appreciation for health care workers. One thing that could make a strong impact is if residents could consider purchasing the yard signs and placing them on their property. Another option is printing a heart page and placing it on the front doors or windows of their homes. As health care workers drive to work they would see these hearts and will see how everyone is pulling for them.

There is also a heart outline that parents can print out for their kids to decorate and display. Everyone is encouraged to take a photo and share it on social media with the hashtag, #heartsforhealthcare.

Media Contact

Kelly Barbeau

Manager, Marketing & Communications
HSHS Illinois
Office: (618) 234-2120, Ext. 41270
kelly.barbaeu@hshs.org

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