The Generosity of Our Community - Santé Santé would like to share our most sincere and heartfelt “THANK YOU” to everyone that has donated to our post-acute care network since the coronavirus has impacted our community.

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The coronavirus pandemic has been challenging us in so many ways, but there are so many things to be grateful for as well.

As many Arizona hospitals, clinics and skilled nursing facilities found themselves with a limited amount of PPE equipment, or just some of the essential necessities to provide comfort and care for their patients… there were those that stepped forward with donations of time, food, and the masks and equipment that are needed on a daily basis.

Santé would like to share our most sincere and heartfelt “THANK YOU” to everyone that has donated to our post-acute care network since the coronavirus has impacted our community. 

To our friends and partners that donated much needed PPE… 

  • Dr. Steven Polous, My Scottsdale Dentist
  • Maricopa County
  • PetWell Partners, LLC
  • Quail Crossing Animal Hospital
  • Danielle Walters and Project C.U.R.E. (Tempe)
  • iMemories
  • ICP
  • Diamond Medical
  • Todd Skouson and Scrapbook.com
  • EVIT (Nursing Assistant Training Program)
  • Assisted Living Locators

 

To our friends and fellow businesses in the community for sharing a little love, lunch and necessities… 

  • Sunland Home Care
  • Camie Schoonover and PharMerica
  • Chipotle (Dana Park)
  • Adam Young and Like Family Home Care
  • Tailored in White
  • Arizona Health Care Foundation

 

And to our friends and extended family (and Facebook, too) that gave so generously…

  • Amanda Phillips & Mom
  • Savannah Kafer
  • Michelle Dawson
  • June Bernard
  • Mayra Ruiz
  • Colette Eneboe
  • Cory Blecha

 

So many more to name, and we certainly appreciate ALL OF YOU!!!  For more than just our health and well-being of our patients and loved ones, you show us all that we can all come together as a community during the most challenging of times.

Thank you… and god bless you all!

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