3421 Pinnacle Rd. | Moraine, OH 45439

Donate to the Moraine Christmas Smiles Foundation

November 26, 2021
Our staff loves to take any opportunity to extend our Culture of Care beyond our walls. As a cornerstone in Moraine, the Respiratory and Nursing Center of Dayton has a long history of giving back to its community. It’s no secret that 2020 was a hard year for many. This year we wanted to brighten it a bit for those who need it the most. We partnered with the Moraine Christmas Smiles Foundation to adopt the three local children listed below.

Each person who signed up with the foundation will get a box of non-perishable food along with their gifts. We used last week’s monetary donations to take our residents shopping for the children. Many of them being grandparents, it really warmed their hearts to be able to put a smile on a child’s face this Christmas. We want to thank everyone who’s taken part already. We’d also like to thank our sister facility, The Home at Hearthstone, for contributing to our drive!

Join us in helping to give them a wonderful holiday! Donation boxes are located in the front lobby. Up until Nov. 29th, you can donate clothes/toys, non-perishable food items, or make a monetary donation at the front desk.

For questions on this endeavor, you can contact our front desk at (937) 268-3488.

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