Mission Health also strives to provide our employees with an optimal working experience, and that includes giving back to those who work hard to provide the best Mission Experience possible.
Last year, Mission Health initiated the employee relief program for employees who have recently suffered unexpected hardships. The employee relief program serves as a temporary safety net program where Mission Health comes together as one to assist our devoted employees when disasters strike, and relief fund packages are dispersed based upon the extent and type of situation. This program was one of the most requested by our employees: not by those looking for relief themselves, but for fellow colleagues who may be in need of help.
Likewise, Mission believes in giving back to the greater community. After noticing many charitable giving organizations, particularly food pantries, struggle in 2020, Mission came together to decide on a new holiday season initiative: each community chose a local food bank/pantry to receive a gift of $500 on their behalf.
It is important to Mission Health that the CARES values of Character, Attitude, Respect, Excellence, and Service are reflected in everything we do, and that includes the ways we give back. Our communities also participate in a wide variety of local charity and fundraising events, organize teams for annual Alzheimer’s Association walks, and come together in support of each other when the need arises.
We look forward to continuing to have a meaningful impact on local, state, and national levels in the future.