SIGSCV Donates Meals to Henry Mayo Hospital – Tell Me Something Good
After a Zoom Social Hour with the members of Soroptimist International of Greater Santa Clarita Valley (SIGSCV) it was decided that members would come together and donate to put together meals for the ER Department at Henry Mayo.
With the help of Renee Leon and Marlee Lauffer, both members of SIGSCV, we put together a date that worked for the staff.
The next contact was with Jennifer Chadwick, member of SIGSCV, and Greg Amsler Salt Creek Grille to tell them our plans to feed the ER Department. They readily put together a meal within our budget of sandwiches, wraps, chips and dessert.
The delivery was split for the afternoon staff and then the evening staff.
On April 13, the women of SIGSCV continued with their giving spirit and donated 276 “Buntinis” to the doctors, nurses and staff to celebrate Easter.
Soroptimist is an international organization that works for the betterment of women and girls. President Pam stated our local club, SIGSCV, has been so supported though our events by Henry Mayo Hospital that we felt it was our time to give back to them. With this pandemic Corvid 19 the doctors, nurses and staff are putting themselves in harm’s way every day. They are working tirelessly to help us all get through this episode in our lives. It is the least we can do for them.
To find out more information on Soroptimist International of Greater Santa Clarita Valley please visit the website www.sigscv.org
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