Employee giving Q&A: A blessing to others

Sanford Bismarck nutrition and food services director shares motivation for giving back

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Amy Davis is proud to be part of the Sanford Family. As the director of nutrition and food services at Sanford Bismarck, she wants to provide hope to all those we serve.

We caught up with her to ask a few questions about why she believes in giving back:

What inspired you to work in health care? What do you enjoy most about your work?

I chose a career in health care because I love working with people and I want to make a difference. I enjoy the people I work with and taking care of the people we serve.

Why is it important for you to give back through the Sanford Health Foundation? 

I give back because I want to be a blessing to others. Giving back to the Sanford Foundation supports Sanford’s work of health, healing, and comfort. It feels good to give back knowing 100% of my contributions stay local.

You’re a generous supporter of the Employee Crisis Fund. Do you have a personal story that inspired your gifts? 

No matter what our role, we are people taking care of people. No matter what amount, every penny makes a difference. We are stronger together. We are family. That is what inspires me to give.

Sanford employees like you already give time and talents to support our mission. Why is it important to give philanthropically as well? 

Giving to a cause you believe in is empowering and uplifting. Supporting the Sanford Foundation provides hope to those in need.

About the Sanford Health Foundation

The Foundation team works across the Sanford Health footprint inspire generosity and connect people to Sanford’s mission. 100% of every dollar raised stays local, supporting medical research and compassionate care delivered through Sanford Health.

More than 21,000 donors give to Foundation each year, including community members, businesses and Sanford employees. Their generosity reflects a strong belief in Sanford’s mission to bring health, healing and comfort to the communities it serves.

To learn more, visit sanfordhealthfoundation.org/giveback.

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