Mission Minute: A Lesson in Gratitude - New Hope of Indiana
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Mission Minute: A Lesson in Gratitude

24 Nov Mission Minute: A Lesson in Gratitude

With Thanksgiving just days away, many people have gratitude on their minds. At New Hope, we’ve been practicing gratitude all year! This year especially, we are incredibly grateful for our many dedicated caregivers and all those who support our clients as part of #TeamNewHope. We asked several members of our New Hope community to share what they’re thankful for this year. The most common answers were family, coworkers, staff, a safe home, a stable job and their New Hope community.

Richie, former Cheese and Thank You crew member and current AIMster, shared his blessings during our Thanksgiving turkey craft.

“The reason that God was my number one is because I wouldn’t be the man I am today if it wasn’t for his love and support of me. I think everybody needs God in their life to help them get through the coronavirus. I’m thankful for my family, friends and New Hope too.”

What are you thankful for?

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