CTMC employees 'Spring into Giving'
3/21/2017 1:23 PM
Each year, employees at CTMC go above and beyond their calling by donating to the “Spring into Giving” campaign. This fund allows employees to pledge a dollar amount from each paycheck to help a good cause.
Portions of the funds are used to help associates in times of need. Other dollars are used to support mission activities, such as providing weekend food to school children who may not get to eat between lunch on Friday and breakfast on Monday. Donations from Spring into Giving also support an annual trip to Honduras where basic medical care is provided to the poorest nation in the Western Hemisphere.
Camp HeartSong, a CTMC bereavement camp for youth who have lost an important person in their lives, is also supported through the Spring into Giving Campaign. Employees also have the option to give to the United Way of Hays County and an emergency health care fund that helps community members who are facing an illness.
“What I like best about giving to our Employee Assistance Fund is knowing the committee will use the funds appropriately, and someone in this CTMC family is receiving assistance. Giving is an honor and I am fortunate to help others.”
Shayne Musick, Medical Imaging Director
“In the Gospel of John, Jesus asked Simon Peter, ‘Do you love me?’ to which Peter answered ‘You know that I love you.’ Jesus then says to him, ‘Feed my sheep.’ I believe that the way we express our love for God is in caring for each other, especially those that cannot repay us in any way. I feel blessed to work for an organization that supports and encourages this initiative.”
Karen Morris, Director of Ancillary Services
“The Employee Assistance Fund provides help for basic needs, such as food, clothing and shelter, to employees who are experiencing financial difficulties due to a disaster, medical concern or other emergency. The funding was especially helpful during the 2015 floods when so many of our neighbors were suffering.”
Debbie Cox, Director of Human Resources