Sharon Harrington discusses her role at Novant Health Foundation and the profound impact of planned giving.
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We are here to help you learn more about the vaccine and make an informed decision when it is your turn to get vaccinated.
COVID-19, better known as the coronavirus, has forced us into a fierce battle against its global spread, and healthcare professionals across the Novant Health system are on the front lines.
Philanthropy plays a major role in helping a community recover and thrive in the wake of a crisis. For donors, however, it can sometimes seem daunting to find an opportunity to help in uncertain times when the need is profound and seemingly everywhere.
In the fight against COVID-19, it is important to have reliable information from doctors and researchers on the frontlines. When we have the facts, it is easier to make the right choices to protect the health and well-being of ourselves and each other.
When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, team members at Novant Health sprang into action, adapting to sweeping policy changes and a vastly different environment in record time. They focused first and foremost on doing what they do best: saving lives.
When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, healthcare facilities everywhere found themselves scrambling to outfit providers with the masks, gowns and gloves needed to treat their patients.
As the social justice movement is gaining momentum, many organizations are asking themselves an important question: How do you embed diversity and inclusion as part of your mission, vision, values and brand?
To celebrate National Nurses Week this year, we spotlighted eight inspiring nurses from throughout the Novant Health system. Each nurse was selected based on their dedication to providing remarkable care, and for going above and beyond during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Our healthcare professionals are suiting up every day ready for battle, rising up as heroes to serve our communities in their time of greatest need. Your support on Giving Tuesday Now, May 5, 2020, will help us continue to provide lifesaving care.