(BREESE, GREENVILLE, HIGHLAND, IL) – HSHS St. Joseph’s Hospital Breese, HSHS Holy Family Hospital in Greenville and HSHS St. Joseph’s Hospital Highland are each hosting a Giving Tree Breakfast.
 
The events will feature a free breakfast buffet open to colleagues and community members. At each event, there will be a Giving Tree full of tags with items needed to fill local food pantries for the holidays. Participation in the Giving Tree is optional and not required to enjoy breakfast.
 
St. Joseph’s Breese Giving Tree Breakfast will be held December 6 from 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. in the hospital’s cafeteria. The food pantries that will be donated to from St. Joseph’s Breese include the House of Manna, Green Bean, Matthew 25, St Vincent de Paul, New Baden Zion, New Baden Baptist, Carlyle Christian Church and Central Coping Closet. Purchased items can be dropped off at the hospital by December 12.
 
Holy Family’s Giving Tree Breakfast will be held December 7 from 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. in the hospital’s Fair Oak’s Conference Room. The food pantries that will be donated to from Holy Family’s event include the Mulberry Grove Food Pantry, United Methodist Church of Keyesport, Greenville Senior Center and Pocahontas United Methodist Church. Purchased items can be dropped off at the hospital.
 
St. Joseph’s Hospital Giving Tree Breakfast will be held December 4 from 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. in the hospital’s Friends Cafe. The items collected from St. Joseph’s Highland will be donated to the Highland Area Christian Services Ministry (HACSM). Purchased items can be dropped off at the hospital or brought directly to HACSM.

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HSHS Illinois
Office: (618) 526-5439
ashley.gramann@hshs.org

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