NIGHTTIME NURSES HAD NO COFFEE!
Rotary comes to the rescue!
Chad and I made the coffee delivery today (see attached pictures)! We met Thomas Hammer and Amanda Millican at their headquarters today and loaded 52 cases of coffee into the back of my truck. There’s 100 pods per case, so that’s 5,200 cups of coffee for the staff at Sacred Heart Medical Center!
This was a request that came from nurses at Sacred Heart Medical Center through our Disabilities Committee. The nurses said the night staff was lacking coffee and couldn’t get any because the cafeteria is now closed at night.
Colleen Fox from Providence Foundation helped put us in touch with the right people and we were happy to meet Adam Bayne, of SHMC, who helped us unload and deliver the coffee. He said he’d make sure that the various floors would get the coffee and that they would know it’s a gift from Rotary Club #21.
Thank you to Chad Dashiell and his company, State Bank Northwest, for adding $1,000 to the $1,500 donated from Rotary Club #21. And thank you to Thomas Hammer and Amanda Millican for selling us the coffee at cost. We hope the night staff at SHMC appreciates the caffeine.
And we appreciate everyone who has donated to Rotary Community Services (RCS) that helped me this gift a reality!
Kyle Weir – Rotary Club #21 Vice President and RCS Chair