“With all the darkness surrounding us, I wanted to exhaust all the resources I have to help bring some light to others,” says Kenzie Donald, Chi Omega – University of Tennessee.
“One of my biggest resources is all the selfless and genuine girls that make up my Chi Omega Sisterhood! I reached out to my chapter and asked if they would be interested in contributing to a special treat for the front line workers sacrificing everything to keep us safe. The response from them was immediate, and they were all so eager to help out. Many took time out of their day to write out sweet notes of appreciation and Bible verses to send to me to accompany the cookies. I live close to UT’s campus, so I was able to provide these gifts to the local hospital, UT Medical Center, which is the main hospital treating COVID-19 patients in Knoxville. I am so proud to call myself a Chi Omega woman and be surrounded by such kind sisters who helped pull this off! I hope it can inspire others to use their time in positive ways and find a way to put a smile on someone’s else’s face, especially those who are working so hard to help keep us healthy and safe!”
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