There’s fuel for the body and then there’s fuel for the soul. Words of encouragement are fuel for the soul and have a long lasting impact. Healthcare workers are feeling alone in this fight, a simple heartfelt “thank you” can go a long way. Use the template below or make it your own. See additional tips below. The words are what counts. Let's do this!
Submit notes by Sunday, February 21 so we can take care of printing and getting them in the right hands.
Three essential elements to each note:
1. To feel acknowledged in the work they’re doing
2. To be fueled by positive words of hope & encouragement
3. To know they are being prayed for
Hi, I know the work you’re doing to battle this virus is difficult, stressful, and may leave you feeling weary. We see your heroism and appreciate your sacrifice. Praying God blesses you with favor, perseverance, and strength. Thank you for all you do.
Write your note
Be positive. They are meant to uplift and encourage.
Be thankful. Be sure to communicate your appreciation for their sacrifices and dedication to us and our health.
Be respectful. These women and men have earned it!.
Be conversational, avoid being too churchy or political.