Nanticoke Medical Staff supports Sussex Community Crisis Housing Services

GEORGETOWN – Nanticoke Health Services’ mission is to positively impact the community’s quality of life through superior health service.

This includes giving back to local nonprofit organizations like Sussex Community Crisis Housing Services, Inc. in Georgetown.

From left, Janet Pedro, MD, president-eect of Nanticoke’s Medical Staff with Nancy Woodruff, SCCHS program director.

On Wednesday, Aug. 16, Nanticoke’s Medical Staff presented more than 150 blankets to SCCHS, which provides safe temporary housing to the homeless while facilitating independence, housing stability and financial security.

“It is our responsibility as physicians and community leaders to give back to the disadvantaged,” said Dr. Joseph Kim of the Nanticoke Physician Network. “Even the smallest of donations can provide a profound impact to people who need assistance.”

Donations of any kind are greatly appreciated. Items they are looking for include:

  • Towels and wash clothes
  • Twin bed sheets, blankets and pillows
  • Toiletries and personal items for men, women and children
  • Cleaning supplies and laundry soap
  • Paper towels, toilet paper and facial tissues
  • Kitchen supplies, cookware, utensils, bowls, storage containers
  • Coffee, tea, sugar and powdered drink mix
  • Office and school supplies

To learn more about SCCHS or to arrange a donation, visit www.scchsinc.org or call 302-856-2246.

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