Earlier this month, we had another delivery of fresh coffee to Seasons Retirement Communities from Starbucks! We thank Starbucks for their continuous support of our Community Care project as well as the care staff, nurses, PSWs, and administrators at Seasons for working hard to support the residents there. We would also like to thank all of the frontline workers who have continued to keep our communities safe throughout the pandemic.
Yesterday, we delivered a 5 lb coffee bag to the residents and staff at Allendale Long Term Care Facility. The coffee was a donation from the Starbucks (insert tag) located at Toronto Premium Outlets. We thank Starbucks for their contributions to our Community Care project and continuous support to essential workers during the pandemic!
Earlier this month, two more deliveries of fresh coffee from Starbucks were made to Martindale Gardens and Revera Birkdale Place! We once again thank Starbucks for their generous contributions to our Community Care project. We would also like to thank all of the essential workers who continue to help keep our communities safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In collaboration with MEDLIFE, we collected 88 messages of gratitude that were then handwritten onto cards to give to healthcare workers. Last Monday, these 88 thank-you cards were delivered to the frontline staff at The O'Neill Centre in downtown Toronto. We thank everyone that submitted a kind message, the MEDLIFE team for helping to make this project possible, and all of the healthcare workers who continue to keep our communities as safe as possible during the pandemic.
In late April and early May, we made three more deliveries of fresh coffee from Starbucks Coffee to Allendale Long Term Care and Revera Birkdale Place! Over the course of our Community Care project, Starbucks has made numerous donations to local long-term care homes and we greatly thank them for their generosity.
May 19th was PSW Day. We once again extend our gratitude to the brave, dedicated essential workers who have been on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic in long-term care homes.