"The money raised by NSLHD Work Place Giving has contributed to additional people being empowered to end their homelessness."
One of those contributing to helping others is stroke area coordinator Susan Day.
She has been on board since the program launched in August last year and says it has never been easier to make a difference.
"It’s the equivalent to a coffee a fortnight and I can afford to give that," she said.
"Many of us healthcare workers are lucky enough to be in a privileged position so I am happy to make that donation."
Susan said it was a privilege to be able to offer support outside of her role in the clinical environment.
"The hospital is a strong community and by participating in workplace giving, we’re extending that community beyond these four walls and helping some of the most vulnerable in our community," she said.
"Our care doesn’t stop when they leave the hospital; donating to Dignity allows us to continue to care for some of our most vulnerable patients within the community."
For more information, or to sign up to donate to Dignity through Workplace Giving, please visit the Workplace Giving page on the intranet or contact Director of Strategic Operations Lavena Ramdutt at [email protected].