As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to grip the country, perhaps no group is more affected than the healthcare workers who are on the front lines of the crisis. Larson Design Group (LDG) is proud to continue support for these crucial, hardworking individuals through its core value of stewardship.
In honor of National Nurses Week (May 6-12), the team members of LDG’s Columbus office donated snacks and drinks to those working in the Intensive Care/COVID-19 Unit at Riverside Hospital in Columbus.
Through a team member’s connection to a nurse working in the unit, the LDG team learned that donations to frontline workers have started to dwindle in the last several weeks. The Columbus office “enthusiastically jumped at the opportunity to make this donation to those on the frontlines working and risking their lives daily,” said Maria Grimes, Architectural Designer, who helped coordinate the effort. Items donated included grab–and–go snacks like chips, cookies, granola bars, fruit snacks and Gatorade.
“We’re proud to have given something back to the healthcare workers who are putting themselves at the forefront of this crisis,” said David Drouhard, Director of Retail Design and Columbus office leader. “We’re a values-driven company and we believe strongly in supporting the communities in which we operate, and right now no one deserves support more than nurses, doctors and other healthcare workers.”
Founded in 1986, Larson Design Group is an award-winning national architecture, engineering and consulting firm with 12 offices in five states and a vision to elevate client relationships, enrich the careers and lives of its employee-owners, and enhance the communities in which it operates. For more information, visit www.larsondesigngroup.com.
The health and safety of our team members and clients is our top priority. Click here to read about LDG’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.