Thanksgiving is not just about spending time with our loved ones and eating a delicious home cooked meal together. Rather it’s a time where each one of us has time to reflect and think about what we are truly thankful for.
At the Aurora Health Care Foundation, gratefulness and appreciation is part of our everyday experience.
We have the pleasure of helping patients and families who are so thankful to their physician and staff who cared for them that they want to give back in any way possible.
We are honored to see donor gifts make a real impact in people’s lives, whether it is new technology that saves lives, new facilities to provide help to those in need in their hometown or a garden to inspire healing for patients.
We are so thankful for YOU, our donors, who give gifts from the heart. You are giving more people hope every day!
Happy Thanksgiving, from the caregivers at Aurora Health Care Foundation.
We want to share with you what we are thankful for this holiday season. Click on the photos below to learn what we are thankful for.
I am thankful for the promise of tomorrow. – Michael Johnston
I’m grateful for a family that never ceases to make me laugh and lift me up when I need it most. And I’m thankful to have a job where I get to help others and feel like I’m making a difference in someone’s life.- Tami Hughes
I beat cancer!- Mary Nelson
I’m thankful that despite the odds, the Cubs made history this year!- Sadhna Lindvall
For my kids – Dominique, Toria and Javin. – Kim Sweet
I am thankful for beautiful daughter Jazzmaiah- Jessica Cruz
For smiles and laughter!-Jeannie Fischer
I’m thankful for my loving family! – Anya Gordon
I’m grateful for a loving family, lifelong friends, great coworkers, a warm house, a full belly, laughter and joy in the little things… Happy Thanksgiving!- Jill Cruz
I’m thankful for my wonderful friends who are more like sisters!- Ala Ismail
For our Foundation team, they give their all to make Aurora the best place for everyone to Live Well.- Patrick Rath
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