How donors and team members have improved access to lifesaving healthcare in the fight against the coronavirus

Hope for Remarkable Team Aubergine Fund

The Hope for Remarkable Team Aubergine Fund has helped us rise to the challenges brought on by the pandemic, and your gifts have supported important and lifesaving work. Not only have the communities we serve benefited greatly as a result, but we’ve been able to protect and support Novant Health team members as they demonstrate their selfless commitment and tireless efforts on the front lines.

Through generous donations from you, our donors, we were able to care for our remarkable team members serving on the front lines every day. Thank you for supporting the Hope for Remarkable Team Aubergine Fund.

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How our team members stepped up to serve each other

From March to July, nearly 30 teammates in full personal protective equipment (PPE) worked outside at a screening center set up at Chair City Family Practice. A total of $20,079 raised from our generous donors provided lunch for these teammates each day from local restaurants and caterers to support of our front-line teammates and the local economy.

Flamingo flocking across Davidson County 

Throughout the month of Oct., flocks of pink flamingos blanketed businesses in Davidson County in support of Breast Health Awareness. For a $50 donation to our breast health initiatives, funding that ensures women in financial need have access to mammograms and diagnostic imaging, the flock could be moved anywhere in the county. We flocked seven area businesses and are looking forward to watching the flock grow next year.

Painting the town pink

You might have seen pink ribbons around town with names in honor or memory of loved ones impacted by breast cancer. One in eight women will battle this disease at some point in her lifetime. Early detection and treatment vastly improve a woman’s chances of survival, and every dollar raised by these pink ribbons will go toward providing women with mammograms and diagnostic imaging. A huge thank you goes out to the thirty Thomasville businesses who participated in this initiative.

How Heather Ridge is working to keep patients, team members and the community safe

The COVID-19 pandemic may have taken the world by storm in 2020, but Heather Ridge has been preparing for this moment her entire career…