Happy Holidays Healthcare Heroes

Help DCMH Foundation wish our healthcare heroes Happy Holidays!

Event

Event Details

Holiday Cheer

Wish a Happy Holiday to healthcare professionals all December long with a decorative yard sign for your home or business or honor a loved one with a dedicated snowflake at Delta County Memorial Hospital.

Date & Time

Tue, December 1st 2020
12:00 AM MST -
Sat, January 2nd 2021
12:59 PM MST

Add to Calendar 2020-12-01 00:00:00 2021-01-02 12:59:00 America/Denver Holiday Cheer Wish a Happy Holiday to healthcare professionals all December long with a decorative yard sign for your home or business or honor a loved one with a dedicated snowflake at Delta County Memorial Hospital. <br>

Story

Wishing Happy Holidays

Throughout the month of December, 18x24 inch yard signs will be displayed by businesses and individuals helping to spread cheer to healthcare workers across the county. Delta Hospital will also be festive with a banner on Stafford Street, and individual snowflake stakes recognizing sponsors, and honoring the memory of loved ones past.

People travel from miles around to provide care in clinics, at the Hospital, and even to your home. This is why we hope to see festive signs at homes and businesses across the county wishing healthcare workers Happy Holidays... so no matter where someone is traveling from, they feel the community's support!

Yard signs will be available for pick up at the beginning of December. No shipping available. 

If you're interested in sponsoring this event, please visit our website for more information. 

Established 2001

DCMH Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, supports the mission of Delta County Memorial Hospital to provide accessible, high-quality health services and enhance the well-being of those served. By providing more than 300 scholarships to those pursuing healthcare education and helping acquire modern treatments, your contribution supports our community's health.

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