Thanks to the many team members at various locations all around UM Shore Regional Health who have supported “Angel Tree” drives benefiting the Salvation Army and other, local charities and state agencies helping families and individuals in need.
Below are just a few photos of various SRH locations that responded the holiday season call for donations of gifts, toys, clothes and day-to-day essentials.
For the second year in a row, UM Shore Rehabilitation Center at Cambridge and the Balance Center adopted a family through the Cambridge branch of the Salvation Army. With a list provided by the Salvation Army, team members purchased gifts for their adopted family to ensure they would have gifts to open for the holiday season.
Chester River Health Foundation sponsors an annual Angel Tree on which hangs “holiday wishes” from children in the Kent and Queen Anne’s Counties’ foster care programs and also from clients of the Kent Center, which provides services to adults with developmental disabilities. More than 66 holiday gifts were donated by members of the CRHF Auxiliary as well as staff members at UM Shore Medical Center at Chestertown, UM Shore Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, UM Chester River Home Care and UM Chester River Health Foundation.
Dorchester team members loaded scores of Angel Tree gifs for pick up by the Salvation Army.
Safety and Security staff at UM Shore Medical Center at Easton were pleased to help load the Salvation Army truck with gifts donated by staff and volunteers at the hospital and other Easton locations