Women’s Resource Group Donates $1,200 in Food and Snacks to First Responders

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Chandra Alston, Jasmine Bowles, and Linda Johnson drop off donations to Methodist Germantown on behalf of the Women’s Resource Group,

The Women’s Resource Group at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center donated $1,200 worth of food and snacks to local area hospitals to say thank you to first responders who are serving on the front lines during the coronavirus pandemic.

Women’s Resource Group member Amaya Hamilton drops off donations to Regional One Health.

Hospitals visited included Regional One Health, Methodist Germantown, Baptist DeSoto, and Baptist Collierville. Each site received items approximately valued at $300. Donations ranged from cupcakes to vegetable trays.

“The UTHSC Women’s Resource Group responded to our faculty member, Dr. Amik Sodhi’s suggestion that we provide snacks and nourishing items to first responders in hospitals,” said Chandra Alston, EdD, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, associate vice chancellor of Human Resources at UTHSC. “Several organizations were donating, but those donations are few and far between when you spread them between all of the hospitals in the Mid-south area. Each hospital was grateful for our donation and we were excited to contribute. Thank you to all of the wonderful women of our group.”