Apr 27 Care Mission

Thank a Frontline Worker

Frontline workers help keep people healthy, safe and at home. Here’s how you can thank them for their service.
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“Heroes don’t have the need to be known as heroes, they just do what heroes do because it is right and it must be done.”

-Shannon A. Thompson

Your mission this week is to thank a frontline worker. These angels on earth are nurses, doctors, home care workers, daycare providers, grocery store clerks, sanitation workers, manufacturers, delivery drivers and more.

If YOU are a frontline worker, we THANK YOU for your service.

3 Ways to Thank and Support Frontline Workers

  1. Use your voice! Be mindful of saying “thank you” to the people who are helping. Call your friend who is a nurse, and thank her. If you have a nephew delivering groceries, say how much you appreciate his work. And of course, thank the frontline workers you encounter when you are out and about.
  2. Show your thanks! Write a sign of support and post it in your window. Tip your delivery person a little extra. Follow local guidelines for social distancing. Go out of your way to be kind and helpful.
  3. Fill community needs. Each community has specific needs. Look for organizations that are helping frontline workers with equipment, food, donations or other necessities in your area. Connect with them and find out how to help locally.

 

How have you thanked frontline workers?

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  1. Frontline workers for 40 years as a registered nurse in the front lines of the pandemic

    Terrell Davis
    0 Missions Completed
  2. There are signs in my windows and because I work at our local hospital, I thank these workers every day.

    Beth
    2 Missions Completed
  3. I always wave whosever is passing me by and yell hey how r u this morning or afternoon or evening when typically I would just do a short wave, but now am going the distance to invest in someone else and how they are hanging in right now

    Jennifee
    3 Missions Completed
  4. I am involved with a social
    Community
    Board in the complex Andre I live that has an option for u to choose a card off the board and post one in its place. U pick the card off the poster board of many that include positive affirmations and meaaagesbro those who may not be able to see their family or friends at this time related to the danger of the pandemic corona virus. You pick and take a card whichever of your choosing and post one up for someone else to choose is the community idea…I think this is a great idea and am glad to live in carriage hill where they are practicing these positive ideas!!!

    Jennifee
    3 Missions Completed
  5. Am a frontline worker

    Valerie
    2 Missions Completed
  6. Thank you first responder thank you smile

    Marybeth
    2 Missions Completed
  7. Always thank grocery store clerks, gas station attendants and delivery people when I can

    Dot
    1 Mission Completed
  8. Brought a meal to my daughter who is a medical xray technician and thanked her for her helping others.

    Jennifer
    6 Missions Completed
  9. I have been ready with protein bars, packs of cookies and cold can of drinks for UPS and amazon delivery drivers. They always say yes! I put it on the doorstep outside and point to it through the window. I am thinking of getting a small cash tip ready, too, like $2-3.

    Bonnie
    1 Mission Completed
  10. I choose a small, local business to patronize each week. Just trying to help where I can!

    Elayne
    1 Mission Completed
  11. I am grateful for the chance to say thank you constantly to our frontline workers. Thank you for the thoughtful reminder!

    Frances
    0 Missions Completed
  12. Helping 94-year-old and Tom 👀 Cataldo with his 35 year old nonprofit organization “better vision for children”
    Please help anyway you can
    Thanks William Brown

    William
    1 Mission Completed
  13. I thanked 4frontline workers today before I leave work. Because am one I work at the hospital taking care of the covid -19 patient

    Ruth
    7 Missions Completed
  14. I am a caregiver and a front liner helping to a Senior Living

    Anafiel Anagaran Tolentino
    0 Missions Completed
  15. I am a Caregiver a front liner giving care and helping Senior Living

    Anafiel Anagaran Tolentino
    0 Missions Completed
  16. Two of my adult children work for corporate office in our state for an in home health care business! Although they are working from home and no traveling right now, they are still doing their jobs to help keep seniors and others in their homes!! Thank you to them!!! Also a shout out to our children who keep an eye out on us to be sure we are staying safe and keeping healthy! Love them for that! I keep in touch with neighbors and friends to be sure they have what they need and hopefully bring a smile to their faces with our phone visits!!

    Nancy Cooksey
    54 Missions Completed
  17. I called my neighbors each day to see if I could help them in any way

    Linda Pierson
    0 Missions Completed
  18. I’ve been very vocal at how much I as well as my community are blessed to have such amazing people working the local store and grocery store !! I make sure and thank the truck drivers when I see them because it’s them working that we have food and the things we need! I’ll make an extra effort in letting all the local nurces and law men and women who have did a awesome job in keeping things as safe and normal as can be expected. If your reading this and are in any of the jobs above I thank you and my prayers are with you during this stressful time .

    Tammy
    7 Missions Completed
  19. I took treats to my MIL’s caregivers

    Heidi
    8 Missions Completed
  20. Helping a dog from being on the streets chasing after kittens to lost and found fafter aweek in my living situation it is better off in a leash feeding and loving snowy helping a dental emegency with antibiotics an apt tommorrow will take a gift of gas from a lady who helps the homeless on sunday going to churches and saying heres muffins and soft lunches from the goodsamaritans truck and being alert but thoughtful to my drives to help all extra driving is better to get healthy talked to a cpn listened to her story having food for another homeless encampment thanking furfighters airvac medic online ambukance staying segregated to the self distancing most to caring about smiles for a lot of heat and listening to proper news and trying to think of how to have the churches food helps to aid fir food if gas til payday was grwat saying prayers for peaceand getting the exact politacal agenda and encouraging others

    Laura
    3 Missions Completed
  21. I’ve always worked as a nurses aide. I love when I have extra time to talk to the residents , they always have great stories to tell . I love making the residents feel comfortable with me and I with them. This has always been my mission to help those who can’t take care of themselves. I find pleasure in my job and I like to interact with them in every way. This has been my lifes journey since I was 16 years old and I really wouldn’t want to do anything else because I know that they need me and that’s enough for me.

    Debra
    2 Missions Completed
  22. I took snack basket to 2 different nursing homes to show appreciation to the staff

    Mary
    2 Missions Completed
  23. E.R. s every where!✊😎👍🎯

    Wm,wade Running Crane
    3 Missions Completed
  24. Keeping up with seniors.

    Allison Drake
    0 Missions Completed
  25. To whom may concern,
    I would like to get more information how to apply for a job,working helping the cityzens.

    Fred
    2 Missions Completed
  26. So we took a cake and some ice cream to an Assisted Living Facility here in Dublin just to tell them Thank You. They were
    very appreciative and even shared with their Residents

    David
    0 Missions Completed
  27. I am a senior myself and put myself on the front line for years as a Home Health RN and paid the ultimate price- my health! I contracted c-diff which subsequently put me into a severe electrolyte imbaliance! The hospital then proceeded to over correct my sodium which consequently gave me Central Pontine Myelinololysis! I was in a coma and in a respirator for three weeks! I was in and out of Neuro ICu for 3 more weeks and then sent to a Medicaid rehab institutionsn! I still 19 years later suffer from the scars left by the CPM much like that if a stroke victim! So I am patting myself on the back today!

    Cheryl
    0 Missions Completed
  28. 1. Thank you for showing your love for those who are in need of comfort and support.
    2. Thanks for showing your love for your sisters and brothers in Christ in their time of need.
    3. Thanks for showing the truth in There but for the Grace of God go I.

    Barbara
    3 Missions Completed
  29. 1. Thank you for being the comforting shoulder and voice in time of need.
    2. Thank you for being the support and encouragement to give a glimmer of hope.
    3. Thank you for continuing to give your all to those who are fighting for their life.

    Barbara
    3 Missions Completed
  30. I’ve been thanking everyone that works to keep stores open and have a thank you sign in our window. My husband and I volunteered over the weekend to build food boxes for the community through a local non profit!

    Shane
    2 Missions Completed
  31. No matter where I am, and I see a first responder, I always make a point to walk up and express my heart felt gratitude!
    July A

    July
    1 Mission Completed

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