The Thanksgiving holiday weekend is, and always has been, my favorite four-day weekend for all of the obvious reasons; good food, great football, a large, loving family and leftovers. All make me truly grateful for the life I have.
This Thanksgiving I was especially grateful for my UnitedHealthcare family. This month has been a really tough one for them. The storm that hit the northeast region was especially damaging to the state of
, hitting many of our employees and customers especially hard. So, in addition to installing new cases and enrolling and renewing our existing customers, my UnitedHealthcare family spent the weeks leading up to Thanksgiving volunteering in some of the hardest hit areas of the state; helping families clean out what was left of their homes, working in food banks or assisting in public health facilities. And a fair number will be headed down to the New Jersey shore after Thanksgiving to further assist in the rebuilding efforts. New Jersey
While watching the news this morning I saw that people from across the country came to the northeast over the Thanksgiving weekend to help devastated communities in
New York and . The images were heartwarming to say the least. New Jersey
As we move into the more hectic holiday season, I plan to take a healthy dose of the goodness and compassion I’ve seen over the past month with me. I invite you to do the same.
|UnitedHealthcare employees help clean-up a home in Southern NJ|