Giving Thanks and Giving Help


I will be joining my union sisters of the Temple University Hospital Allied Health Professional and Nurses (TUHNA), and the Philadelphia chapter of the Coalition of Labor Union Women (CLUW), in a Community Friendsgiving Partnership event, to be held at Zion Baptist church, 3600 North Broad Street in Philadelphia, where, with other community partners, we’ll feed a number of families, in the spirit of the holidays. This is what the holidays of Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, and Christmas are really about-people coming together, looking out for each other, and sharing a meal in community-definitely NOT about standing in line at the Walmart for 48 hours, to buy junk you can’t afford, supposedly for Christmas.

I urge you to look for some volunteer opportunity in your community over the holidays, to lift the spirits of people, like just about all of us in this country, who have been impacted by the pandemic and the results of it, like loss of a loved one, losing a job or a home, or inability to see family members. What better present is there?

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