Share your graitude

November 26, 2020
The Foundation
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The Mount Nittany Health team has shown the epitome of courage, compassion, and commitment in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Those qualities are only rivaled by their skills and excellence in their work to care for our community. In this season of gratitude, you can share your support for our doctors, nurses, and hospital staff during this unprecedented time via our virtual gratitude website, CourageousAtHeart.org. The virtual gratitude board allows community members to post their notes, images, and videos of encouragement and thanks to our staff. Viewers can also share posts on the board with popular social media sites like Facebook and Instagram.

The Mount Nittany Health COVID-19 Response Fund was also inspired by an outpouring of support from the community. The fund supports patient care, including testing, medication, medical supplies, and staff support. Further, the fund is designed to provide assistance as needs emerge and continue to be identified. You can learn more about the COVID-19 Response Fund here

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