“Let’s all carry on and remember that things will get better.” These wise words are from Tom Moore, a WWII army veteran who’s the subject of one of our #recognizethegood stories. From his success in raising millions for NHS by walking laps in his garden to more tales of kindness and selfless acts, check out this week’s recap for all the feels. These stories are on our social channels for everyone to see. You can join us in giving others a lift by simply posting and sharing stories with #recognizethegood, so we can help each other stay safe, positive, and connected.
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More than 100 police cruisers, fire trucks, and ambulances saluted #nurses waving from the sidewalk in Worcester, Mass. We love this great tribute to our bravest on the front lines. #healthcareheroes #recognizethegoodhttps://t.co/YNbEfX1MCR— Workhuman (@Workhuman) April 17, 2020
WWII army veteran shows #healthcare workers that #tomorrowwillbeagoodday as he walks his yard to raise £8M+ to support @NHSCharities and celebrate his 100th birthday. "Let's all carry on and remember that things will get better." #recognizethegoodhttps://t.co/dNiEQqoCzi— Workhuman (@Workhuman) April 16, 2020
P.S. In case you hadn’t heard, in the spirit of wanting to herald all the #healthcareheroes out there, Workhuman has created a free platform where the entire world can celebrate healthcare workers on the frontline. Join us in thanking them and while you're at it, encourage others to share more stories of heroism and inspiration here.