On the back of the card is a Survival Kit note explaining why each item in the bag is there. Check it out in the pics. It's clever. And it's sweet.
The thank you message reads: 'You are the best guarantee that, together, we will emerge from this crisis stronger.'
Photo 1 > Behind the masks there's a lot of smiles. From left: graduate nurse Stephanie Davis, registered nurse Heather Foley, associate nurse unit managers Kerrie Thompson and Tania Page, administrative support officer Jo McArdle and registered nurse Angela Shalansky.
Photo 2 > On behalf of our exec team, service development executive director Jamie Brennan makes a surprise delivery to certified bra and prosthesis fitter/lingerie consultant Fiona Richards (from left), retail shop assistant manager Beth McGinley and retail assistants Danielle Tickner and Amanda Brown.
Photo 3 > Breezing through the logistics of the packing process is (from left) people & culture executive assistant Imogen Cakebread, nursing and midwifery executive director Gaynor Stevenson and health, safety & wellbeing officer Lara Fleming.
Photo 4 > Hundreds and hundreds of gift bags ready to be delivered throughout our Warrnambool, Macarthur, Hamilton, Portland, Camperdown and Lismore campuses.