Rev Natasha Showers Nurses With Food packs and Gifts

Rev Natasha Showers Nurses With Food packs and Gifts 1

The Natasha Hand of Compassion Team has reached out to Health care workers, nurses and medical professionals. Sometimes forgotten by many, the Natasha Hand of Compassion Team showed them love and kindness through giving them gift baskets and food packs.

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This was done on in recognition of the incredible contribution that health workers are doing during this trying moments occasioned by the COVID-19 Pandemic. Rev Natasha led the team in taking time to appreciate and honor nurses for their great work.

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The Natasha team is proud to recognize all those providing critical services to communities such as nurses who are in front line in dealing with all health issues among the old and young.

Nurses and health professionals have demonstrated compassion for all and put the needs of others before themselves, are willing to go the extra mile, extending working hours, on-call daytime and nighttime, and always serving the patients with the utmost professionalism.

In her words, Rev Natasha ” We care deeply about the nurses and health workers and we express our gratitude for their commitment in treating patients, dealing with the Covid 19 and continuing normal essential health services to all.

” These workers are our warriors fighting every hour of the day to save our loved ones and to keep the rest of us safe and healthy.
The joy in the nurses was worth every effort and they felt much appreciated, happy that someone out there is considering them and motivated to diligently serve our communities.

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As the Natasha Hand of Compassion team continues its Project Appreciate 1000 Health Care Workers, they remain humbled at the gratitude that the nurses showed and motivated to continue lighting that spark of appreciation in their hearts.

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