Community service

Midland Health celebrates Community Service Month


Another year has passed in a world of uncertainty. This year the community has continued to show grace, support and strength to our employees at Midland Health. Midland Health continues to receive sincere gifts, food donations and notes encouraging us to fight the good fight.

With the community’s continued generosity to Midland Health, our staff couldn’t help but return the love to our neighbors and friends.

Each November, Midland Health hosts a Community Service Month where employees are encouraged to support the community and serve organizations outside of the hospital. Our employees take the strength and light that the community constantly gives us and send it back to Midland.

Over 1,100 pounds of food has been donated to the Midland Soup Kitchen Ministry. About 70 boys and girls were adopted through the Helping Hands program and provided clothes, shoes, winter coats and toys. An additional toy drive was organized for more than 50 mothers and children in Hope Chest. Our employees have also donated their time to organizations like Keep Midland Beautiful, Midland’s Soup Kitchen Ministry, Community Fridge and The Field’s Edge.

We know we’re stronger together despite another year of ups and downs due to COVID-19. We thank the community for all the support and strength throughout this year. You have uplifted and encouraged us Midland Health to create the same support and strength to serve our friends and neighbors within the hospital and beyond.

Taylor Anderson is the Community Relations Coordinator for Midland Health