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Message from Our Leader: Sheila Rankin

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Sheila Rankin

It is my personal belief that in giving to others there is a blessing in return for ourselves. I truly believe in the healing power of generosity and I am proud to be a Generosity Champion of our Employee Giving Program, formerly known as 1908 Society.

The first employee funded project I participated in at the Kissimmee campus was Hygiene Kits for Kids. Our employees decided to use the funds to donate hygiene kits to children in our neighborhood schools, whose parents lacked resources to provide for all their basic needs. This project was so impactful that I still remember the smiles and the gratitude on the children’s faces as they received their kits.

At our campus, employee-donated funds go to stock our food pantry to help team members in need of assistance, and this year the funds will go to purchase a campus piano. This piano will bring joy and healing through the power of music, not only to our employees and physician partners, but also to our patients and their families.
Thank you for being a Generosity Champion. In giving, you are spreading blessings to others and demonstrating one more way in which we are fulfilling our mission of Extending the Healing Ministry of Christ.

“You will be enriched in every way so that you can be generous on every occasion, and through us your generosity will result in thanksgiving to God.” (2 Corinthians 9:11)

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