A Christmas thank you to all our amazing selfless workers and volunteers
Published 5:00am 25 December 2022
While most of us will be tucking into a delicious Christmas lunch with our families today, there is an army of workers and volunteers in our community who will be putting on their uniforms and heading to work to help others.
From doctors and nurses treating people in hospital, to our emergency services personnel, carers, aged care workers, veterinarians, retail employees, hospitality staff, tow truck drivers, cabbies and service station attendants – there are thousands of people that will be ensuring their communities are well looked after during the holidays.
There are of course so many people that work around the clock in various industries and professions, so if you are clocking in today, from the team at Moreton Daily, we simply say thank you.
Thank you for being so dedicated to your profession and industry. Thank you for being there in the community’s time of need. Thank you for your care and compassion. Thank you for taking care of others.
In addition, the team at Moreton Daily would also like to thank the selfless volunteers who will also be giving up their time today to cook and prepare meals for the those in need.
You are all angels for ensuring everyone in the community has an enjoyable day and feels loved.
From all of us, we wish you a Merry Christmas and a happy and safe New Year.
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