Dunkin’ of State College salutes Mount Nittany Health heroes
Every day, Mount Nittany Health staff serve our patients and our community to make people healthier. When the COVID-19 pandemic surfaced, staff continued their vital work providing for the care and safety of our patients in swiftly changing circumstances. Not surprisingly, this has not gone unnoticed by a grateful community. Dunkin’ of State College and their local franchisees, donated gift cards, to honor and salute our healthcare workers and essential employees.
“Dunkin's, gesture of appreciation will be sure to boost the spirits – and the energy – of our staff” shares Simon Corby, executive director, Mount Nittany Health Foundation. “We are profoundly grateful for these meaningful gestures of kindness and generosity for our staff.”
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