Ace Sign Company and Primo Designs have teamed up to raise money for the Memorial Medical Center Foundation and the HSHS St. John’s Foundation. By visiting heartsforhealthcare.com you can purchase Hearts for Healthcare Workers yard signs and t-shirts to join the movement that is benefiting the local COVID-19 response efforts.

“Healthcare workers throughout our region are giving their all to protect our community from the COVID-19 virus,” said Melissa Hansen-Schmadeke, executive director of the Memorial Medical Center Foundation. “We’re grateful for the support of Ace Sign Company and Primo Designs to spearhead this initiative to support local healthcare workers in this challenging time.”

“We are so thankful to Ace Sign Company and Primo Designs for collaborating on this project to support our healthcare workers during this time,” said Bev Neisler, chief development officer for HSHS St. John’s Foundation. “Our colleagues are on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic, and we truly appreciate the community’s support.”

Search for @hearts4hc on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to see the support for healthcare workers spread across the community. The organizations also invite community members 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 or you may pick up your sign at one of the in-store purchase locations listed on the website.

Media Contact

Erica Johnson

Division Manager, Communications
HSHS Illinois
Office: (217) 814-4307
Cell: (217) 303-6344
erica.johnson@hshs.org

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