Caring is a natural part of life at Plymouth Harbor. When describing the caring bond that exists between residents and staff, we often speak of ‘the Plymouth Harbor Family’. Many residents express their caring through their commitment to social issues and support of worthwhile initiatives in the Sarasota community and beyond. Many of our dedicated and caring staff members are also actively involved in supporting local charities and causes.
Giving back . . . paying it forward . . . whatever you choose to call it, it’s a personal commitment to doing what you can to improve the lives of others. What better way to express that individual commitment to community service than by residents and staff uniting together as the Plymouth Harbor Family in support of worthy causes?
Please join us in our first resident/staff united effort to “give back” by participating in the American Heart Association’s September 20 Heart Walk. We all have a shared interest in the Heart Association’s mission to reduce disability and deaths caused by cardiovascular disease and stroke. Cardiovascular disease is preventable, and with our help, the American Heart Association can provide educational and prevention programs to help more Americans control blood pressure, cholesterol, and receive appropriate cardiac care.
The Heart Walk takes place at Payne Park—Sarasota on Saturday, September 20, 2014 at 7:30 am.
If you would like to participate talk to one of our team captains: Jack Denison, Bert Adams, Amanda Kirk, Fran Vancil or Chris Valuck.