Thanksgiving is a time to reflect on what we have to be thankful for and spend time with our loved ones. Unfortunately, many do not have the benefit of positive reflection or the chance to be with loved ones. At Net Health, we understand this plight and want to help whenever and however possible. Giving back to our community and participating in charitable deeds is instrumental to Net Health’s identity and culture. We care not only for our friends, families, and co-workers but also for those strangers who need a helping hand during these trying times.
At the Pittsburgh office, the Giving Back Committee was able to raise $745 and accumulate six overflowing boxes of food to donate to the Greater Pittsburgh Community food bank. Care packages and letters of gratitude were assembled for veterans, deployed troops, new recruits, and first responders for Operation Gratitude. The Brentwood Office had a successful food drive for the Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee and awesome Canstruction contest with incredible sculptures. The folks over in Altoona supported the Hollidaysburg Veterans Home by shopping with donations from outside of Net Health, volunteering their time to purchase a suit for a vet to wear for a job interview as they recovered and supplied many other pieces of clothing to help those at the home. In addition, they collected hats and gloves for kids through the local Kiwanis Club, and they will be given to a local elementary school to distribute.