Not All Heroes Wear Capes, Some Wear Masks
Although we are all in the continuous battle of COVID19, we took a moment and stepped back to gain a little perspective.
What did we see?
The beauty and strength of humanity.
Pushing through these uncertain times, we gained strength watching our healthcare and essential workers work fiercely and tirelessly to keep our loved ones safe and cared for.
We are eternally grateful.
It was our turn to give back and show our gratitude. In appreciation, we gave a 14k Rose Gold Diamond Heartbeat Necklace to a health care hero who was nominated by a loved one. It was as simple as nominating a doctor, nurse, healthcare provider, first responder, caregiver or essential worker on Instagram and explaining why they were chosen. This was just a small way to show our gratitude, as it is because of their efforts we can trust that our families, friends and neighbors will stay safe during this unprecedented crisis.
14k Rose Gold .08ct Diamond Heartbeat EKG Necklace
An excerpt from an entry on Instagram @brookerayn:
“I nominate ___ who works in Brooklyn, NY the epicentre of this pandemic. She has been working tirelessly since the start of this pandemic with almost 80 hour weeks dealing with covid patients in the ICU. As tiring as it has become for her to wear excessive gear and attend to patients, she does it without a flinch and no hazard pay. She has also given up her holiday which was in May to treat covid patients and risks her life to save many each day. She also covers for her colleagues on her days off and gets minimal rest but does not give up. She is a real hero and a warrior healthcare worker on the frontlines, saving as many lives as possible and keeps a positive outlook each day. She works night shifts mostly and has 15-16 hour shifts each day. I believe an acceptance of her nomination will definitely make her happy for all the hard work she is doing each day!”
Congratulations to our winner Alison Catena, a NICU nurse who was nominated by her friend Alexandra.
“The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its members” - Coretta Scott King