Wide reaching, nurses significantly outnumbered physicians as providers of health care often having utmost vast reach remoteness to underserved communities. Having personally lived in one of the underserved communities in my hometown Western Africa before moving to the United States of America and my life calling to be a nurse from a young age with the deep desire to make a difference. I plan to contribute and continue to contribute immensely to the underserved communities by delivering quality health care to remote regions around the world. I do volunteer service at several clinics in the Atlanta area with many well-known Emory physicians that care for homeless and underserved populations, these volunteer experiences provide me with opportunities and fulfillment to develop added headship skill and experience to meet my daily patients, needs.
For many years, I have worked in ministry as a support ministry member. In 1993-1997, I served as Administrator at Beacon Light Full Gospel Baptist Church under the leadership of Bishop Darryl S. Bister. I was responsible for all of his appointments, drafting of documents, and overseer of additional staff members and responsible for the day to day operations. In 1997, I was called to Greater St. Stephen Full Gospel Baptist Church with my husband under Bishop Paul S. Morton, Sr. I served in many capacities in this ministry from worship leader to Administrator to the Registrar for Greater St. Stephens School of Ministry. My husband along with our 3 children was then called to Denver, Colorado to serve at Heritage Christian Center under Bishop Dennis Leonard. We serve in that ministry
Loyola University Chicago has various opportunities that help engage students in different activities that can help them raise awareness of the outside world environment. Loyola’s mission statement states that “We are Chicago 's Jesuit Catholic university- a diverse community seeking God in all things and working to expand knowledge in
Darci and I are planning our foster care recruitment for the 2016-2017 year. We are in search for local church partnerships and to expand our demographic as well. We both know you were involved with Harrison Bethel Church and we were wondering if we could get a lead or a contact person that we can discuss a future
Hello, I wanted to touch base with you all and thank you for your time and participation in our early intervention program. Overall, I think it has been a positive and appreciated service to our customers.
January 16, 2017 Alexander Gursky 182 Shepard’s Way Thomasville, GA 31632 Dear Mr. Gursky, First, I would like to thank you for your participation in our effort to spread technology in under privileged areas. Your involvement is greatly appreciated, and is a big blessing to our organization. I hope this partnership builds further success in both our organizations, and in the community, we serve. People like you, are the reason why advancement is possible, and self-development is possible.
My family and I want to let you know our gratitude for your help for our mother. Even though our mother is not in the situation where she could get the hospice care, your help helped our mother to get the care in the comfortable environment. Before meeting ProHealth Home Care, we were physically and mentally tired because without the equipment and the help we have right now, such as the bed and the hospice team, we had very hard time on giving her food and washing her, and her bedsore gotten worse every day. However, after our mother went to emergency, we were able to meet ProHealth and give our mother the best care we can give with the help from ProHealth Home Care. Because of your charity, the hospice team from the ProHealth continues to
Sometimes saying thank you once isn’t enough! The continued support that you offer to SBCC is more than a source of general funding. To us it says, “I believe in your cause.”
The 18th annual Riverdale Art Walk is being held nearby at Jimmie Simpson Park Saturday on June 4th and Sunday on June 5th. For the first time this year, RAW is housing indoor space to occupy more room for more artists. Likewise, the Network holds town hall meetings, workshops and seminars in the Ralph Thornton Centre, which is located within a one-block radius of the Network. The Ralph Thornton Centre (RTC) is also a not-for-profit community organization dedicated to working with agencies, individuals, and groups to empower citizen action, exchange support, and celebrate special events (Ralph Thornton Centre, 2009). The space available in the RTC includes the auditorium, suitable for large meetings and social events, program space for educational seminars, and meeting spaces. The Network is a proud affiliate and anyone can apply for the space free of charge. Also, their website has a donate button through the Canada Helps charitable organization.
Becoming a distinctive mercy graduate means to understand personal truths and values,to mature, to be connected, spiritual, and to be able to accept responsibilities towards society. During my Mercy Today project I learned so much information about the current works of the Sisters of Mercy that connected with what I learned about the history of the Sisters of Mercy and their critical concerns. For example, I learned that a man named, Jim Wither, M.D.,which is the founder and medical director of Operation Safety Net, a ministry of Pittsburgh Mercy Health System (PMHS) and Trinity Health in the tradition of the Sisters of Mercy, he did his work on the streets of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He did what the Sisters of Mercy were doing in Ireland in the mid 19th Century. Since 1992, Withers has transversed areas under bridges, abandoned buildings, streets and and alleyways, seeking people in Pittsburgh who are homeless, to show them compassion by offering a listening ear, support, medical care and hope. It’s almost the same actions that Catherine McAuley, which is the founder of the Sisters of Mercy, and the Sisters of Mercy were doing on the streets
Personally, I feel so fortunate that I learned so much during my rotations at the CL services as a resident and a geriatric fellow. Your expertise and wisdom have influenced my judgments and practice behavior. I am very thankful for that.
My visit at the shelter last was very meaningful. I enjoyed talking to Christina and Tina. I just wanted to mention to you that these ladies have great leadership skills. They are the reason my visit was worthwhile coming to the shelter that day. I was very glad I came, as I was able to get an abundance of information I needed for my future needs of this practicum. They were very helpful, and I really appreciated their assistance. They truly showed great leadership skills by helping me from the heart, as I could tell they did whatever they possibly could to help me, even though they had no idea that I was coming there, except the fact that a practicum student will be there. I was really impressed with their efforts to help me as much as they
When it comes to researching prospective donors, I work hard and diligently to uncover any verified information I can about the donors while still using my time effectively to meet the sometimes tight deadlines and avoid ‘falling down the rabbit hole’. Because of my dedication and critical thinking, I was
You’re my hero, an inspiration, a mentor. I feel like I’ve known you forever. The first time you came into Acton I thought what we were doing was crazy, from everyone standing on boxes to a levitating stick. This all grew on me quickly as I began to see the point and understood your passion for youth work. I can’t quite put my finger on how long ago that was but it feels like you’ve always been here. I honestly wish we would have found you sooner as it would have drastically improved my first year.
I hope you are doing well. As one of the members of the youth, I would like to address a concern of mine involving the youth group. Our church's mission statement is experience, equip, and severe. As a whole, I feel that the youth group is lacking in the area of service. Not only is community service important to our church, I also believe it is crucial to have our youth involved in community outreach to promote emotional and spiritual growth. I believe our youth should participate in more community outreach because it will counter selfish tendencies, allow the youth to feel helpful, and promote our church’s presence in our community.