FARMINGTON – Competition and compassion were the keys to success of a recent donation drive held at Farmington Presbyterian Manor.
Employees took on the challenge of collecting items to help a local Women’s Shelter. Teams were formed and employees competed for bragging rights and a pizza lunch.
The end result was 845 items including toiletries, baby supplies, towels, cleaning supplies and much more. Employees of Residential and Assisted Living were the winning team with 295 items collected.
“Although the competition was fun, the purpose of helping others in need was the underlying mission”, commented Executive Director Jane Hull, “The caring employees at the Manor went above and beyond with the project.”
Farmington Presbyterian Manor has offered independent and assisted living, long-term care/skilled nursing and short-term rehabilitation to mature adults for 50 years. It is a member of the nonprofit Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America