12 Days of Service Puts Compassion to Work at Signature HealthCARE
Louisville, Ky. – December 12, 2017 – Signature HealthCARE stakeholders at the home office volunteered 100 hours during the annual 12 Days of Service. The program, which began in 2011, has become a beloved company tradition. Stakeholders chose between working shifts as a Certified Nursing Assistant or volunteering for quality of life activities at one of the Louisville area Signature locations.
For those that work as a CNA, the experience serves as a reminder, particularly to stakeholders not working in a clinical capacity, that CNA’s are the heart of Signature HealthCARE. And for those volunteering with quality of life activities from Christmas caroling, bingo and card games, and tree decorating, the experience leaves an impact they take back with them to the home office.
Signature HealthCARE CEO and President, Joe Steier, and Vice President of Spirituality, David Baumgartner, worked as CNAs at Signature HealthCARE of South Louisville. “It’s about going further than talking about our Sacred Six values. It’s about showing our company values at work,” David Baumgartner said.
Stakeholders also volunteered at St. Vincent De Paul’s Open Hand Kitchen as part of the annual 12 Days of Service volunteer program.