How to Thank Healthcare Workers Fighting COVID-19

woman sitting at table5 Ways to Support Healthcare Workers Fighting COVID-19

Our world is currently in a state of the unknown due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Whether you’ve been able to stay safe at home for the past few weeks or are taking care of those on the front lines, it’s hard to grasp everything that is happening and how to best handle the situation. Frontline employees like healthcare workers, first responders, and other essential workers continue to fight COVID-19 for the health and safety of our communities. If you’re looking for ways to give back to those who are sacrificing everything during this pandemic, you’ve come to the right place. 

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1. Send a card to frontline employees.

Simply sending a card to a frontline employee can help change their mindset completely. Cards are a great way to genuinely express your gratitude for the hard work many individuals are putting in on a daily basis. In your letter, write an encouraging message to let them know the work they are doing isn’t going unnoticed. Sometimes, a simple thank you card will speak a thousand words. Many businesses are even going digital. Check out the websites of your local hospitals, grocery stores, first responders to learn about the best ways to show your gratitude.

2. Check in on frontline employees regularly.

If you personally know a frontline employee, check in on them regularly. Being on the frontlines during a pandemic like COVID-19 has the potential to cause a drastic amount of stress and anxiety. Let your loved ones know you are thinking about them and are thankful for their dedication to keeping others safe and healthy. Although you may not typically reach out very often, your frontline loved ones will appreciate your gratitude. There are a variety of ways to check in on frontline employees regularly, including:

  • Call them on the phone
  • Message them on social media
  • Deliver meals
  • Reach out to their family members
  • Offer free childcare

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3. Send a care package to frontline employees.

There is no better time to send a care package to frontline employees than right now. Frontline employees are going above and beyond for others, and it’s time we return the favor. The great thing about care packages is that they can include just about anything and everything someone may need. From gift cards to their favorite restaurant to rolls of toilet paper, care packages can do it all. If you want to give back to frontline employees, consider stuffing a care package with essentials and special goodies like:

4. Volunteer to support frontline employees.

Many cities are allowing organizations to come together and provide for individuals like frontline employees while also following social distancing standards. Churches, thrift stores, and other non-profit organizations are gathering groups of volunteers to pack box lunches, buy groceries, and more. Many healthcare workers are working multiple hours overnight and into the day, making it incredibly difficult to take care of necessary daily tasks at home. By volunteering at a local organization, you can help make the lives of frontline employees easier during the COVID-19 pandemic.

5. Follow the lead of frontline employees.

It’s safe to say that frontline employees often want nothing more than for citizens to follow their lead in stopping the spread of COVID-19. If you want to show your respect for frontline employees, we encourage you to continue taking every precaution possible until further notice. This includes staying at home as much as possible, wearing a mask when in public, avoiding touching your face, and washing your hands often. We want to show our gratitude to all of those working every day for our safety by following your lead.

My Cup of Tea is Thankful for Essential Workers and Those on the Front Lines

We want to say thank you to each and every frontline employee who is working for our health and safety during this pandemic. If you want to make a difference in the life of an essential worker, healthcare professional, or first responder, please keep our shop in mind. My Cup of Tea is a small, locally-owned producer of quality teas offering a wide range of gifts and unique locally-made items. From care packages and gift baskets to tea sets, tumblers, sample jars, and more, a gift from My Cup of Tea will put a smile on their face while supporting a local business!


Posted by Carey Moore at 9:36 AM
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