Kindness is part of what makes us human, and sharing humankindness is how we harness the healing power of human connection. And we want you to get involved. Let’s transform an act of kindness into a full-on movement of kindness.
We invite you to share your moments of humankindness with the world! Use #Hellohumankindness and tag St. Luke's Health on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter to send your pictures, videos, and stories to our gallery.
In the midst of the winter storm that left most of Texas without power and water, Noelle Thomas, the nurse manager in the neonatal intensive care unit at The Woodlands Hospital, received a notification that they would be out of donor breast milk before their next shipment could arrive due to weather delays.
“I have tiny babies in the NICU that need to receive donor breast milk to prevent complications in their health,” said Noelle.
Do you know a St. Luke's Health employee who embodies humankindness? We'd love to hear about them. Share a photo or video of them below, and tell us how they display kindness in or outside of work!
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Kind words can be short and easy to speak, but their echoes are truly endless.