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Letter of Thanks to Brigham and Women's/Mass General Health Care Center

We would like to take this opportunity to express our heartfelt thanks and gratitude to our 'Christmas Angels' at Brigham and Women's/Mass General Health Care Center at Patriot's Place.
For the fifth consecutive year, BWH/MGH Health Care Center continued to donate their Holiday Giving Tree gift certificates to the women and children of Foxboro's Area Domestic Violence Support Group. 
BWH/MGH must be recognized for their dedication in supporting these families. Many of whom would have nothing or very little with which to celebrate without the overwhelming generosity of the staff members, nurses, doctors, patients, and visitors, who have selflessly donated gifts to total strangers!
Each of you has exemplified the epitome of the Holiday Spirit!  May you and your families enjoy a very Happy and Healthy New Year knowing that you have contributed to the well-being of women and children victimized by domestic violence within your community!
We would publicly like to thank BWH/MGH Health Care Center Executive Director Cindy Peterson, and Administrative Assistants Jessica Tancrell, and Patricia Coffey for their collaboration in organizing and implementing this project. This endeavor would not be successful without their compassion and commitment to this cause. An additional thanks goes to Elayne Sullivan for making the beautifully wrapped chocolate marshmallow candy cane pops for everyone. 
We hope you and your staff realize the endearing and powerful impact that you and the entire BWH/MGH Health Care Center has made in the lives of area women and their children.  
The support group offers free short/long term support for women who are involved in or emerging from abusive relationships.
For more information or questions, please call Foxboro Human Services at 508-543-1252.

Thank you,
Maura Schaeffer Jobin,
DV Support Group Facilitator

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