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We feel a strong commitment on behalf of our team members to responsibly use our resources to support non-profits and community activities through focused efforts primarily in the areas of:
Our programs primarily serves the communities in which the majority of our team members live and work and we are proud to make a positive impact on the lives of our neighbors. AMN encourages our team members to get involved in organizations they have an interest in and feel passionate about. AMN supports our team member’s engagement in their local community through paid volunteer time off, gift matching and community grants. Coming together in community service with our team members represents a fundamental act of citizenship for individuals, AMN Healthcare and community members to create a stronger, more cohesive society and reinforces our mission of "Helping Achieve Professional and Personal Goals Everyday" by encouraging employees to take an active role in their community.
AMN Healthcare will only support non-profits that encourage diversity, promote tolerance, nondenominational values and ethics, and also respect all team members beliefs, privacy, and dignity.
At AMN Healthcare, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) represents our commitment to economic and social development that will have a positive impact on the health and well-being of our team members, local and global communities, and stakeholders at large, while advancing the quality of our company through engagement in the world around us. As a company steeped in our Core Values of passion, trust, respect, customer focus, continuous improvement, and innovation, we have always held our operations to high standards. Our CSR Report shares this commitment with all of our stakeholders.
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Twenty of our team members and their loved ones displayed their painting talents during a “Paint the Canvas Red” event! AMN proudly sponsored the virtual fundraising art experience benefiting the Cancer Support Community North Texas.
A unique virtual event like no other, this hands-on painting experience included live, step-by-step painting instructions!
AMN team members collaborated to raise $23,328 and 1,260 pounds of food for food banks across the country! The impact of the donations and fundraising account for approximately 70,000 meals.
Robin Johnson, Division President of Staffing Solutions and Hunger-Relief Executive Champion, helped spearhead the initiative. A member since 2019, Robin joined the North Texas Food Bank Advisory Council to help individuals and families who suffer food insecurity in our community. Through coordination with AMN Community, donations to the North Texas Food Bank silent auction, and personal fundraising efforts, Robin substantially impacted the event's success.
AMN Healthcare was proud to sponsor the Human Rights Campaign’s Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service for homeless youth in San Diego, CA. Our team members donated personal care items, winter clothing, and other essentials to this community in honor of Dr. King’s legacy and teachings of bringing people together and strengthening our communities.
AMN Healthcare partnered with incredible nonprofits in supporting our healthcare workers fighting against hunger, homelessness, cancer, and domestic violence in our communities. We are grateful for the opportunity to serve. And we thank our partners for entrusting us to provide the resources needed.
Watch the following video highlighting the critical work organizations' have done this year with our community partners.
AMN team members from across the country joined together virtually to read a children's storybook to families who are seeking refuge at the Hope’s Door New Beginning domestic violence shelter. Team members read the story "Edward Gets Messy," by Rita Meade and also dressed up during the event, which was thoroughly appreciated by the kids watching.
AMN Employee Resource Groups hosted CitySquare, the National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc., Hopes Door New Beginning, and Operation Gratitude for company-wide education and discussions about community development.
Team members first partnered with CitySquare to craft friendship bracelets for a local housing program while discussing actions to combat homelessness in North Texas. In partnership with the National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc., team members then built "HOPE" kits for cancer patients undergoing treatment while learning about ways they can further support the Foundation in their work to fight breast cancer.
In addition, AMN CEO, Susan Salka, joined Hope’s Door New Beginning for an educational discussion about domestic violence and programs that enhance the community’s copacity to respond. You can watch a recording of this discussion on Facebook.
Through AMN Healthcare’s partnership with Operation Gratitude, team members measured, looped, knotted, and wrapped parachute cords into “paracord survival bracelets” for U.S. troops and first responders. The bracelets were packaged with Operation Gratitude’s signature care packages that are sent to Americans who serve.
COVID-19 has introduced a need for Cook Children’s Hospital to connect families to their babies in a virtual way while the hospital has a one-parent visitation policy in place. AMN Healthcare sponsored the AngelEye bedside camera in the Cook Children’s NICU, allowing parents to see their baby anytime from anywhere. AMN is proud to contribute to the hospital’s needs and explore creative ways to make a difference in the live of patients and families.
AMN Healthcare sponsored the United Negro College Fund (UNCF) Walk for Education! Team members from across the country joined in on the Virtual Walk. AMN supports the UNCF vision to have a nation where all Americans have equal access to a college education.
AMN Healthcare and Haywire Restaurant partnered to bring a catering truck full of food for the healthcare heroes at Medical City Plano Hospital. AMN CEO, Susan Salka, and volunteers unloaded 100 lunch boxes at the hospital containing Mesquite Grilled Chicken Fajita wraps, Texas Caviar Hummus, and Chipotle Chocolate Cake.
Rodrigo, a frequent volunteer for the AMN community said, "Day in and day out, our healthcare workers go into work with an ever-changing environment. I have friends and family who work in the local hospital systems and unfortunately family who were hospitalized due to COVID-19, and I appreciate AMN Healthcare’s generosity for our healthcare workers."
AMN team members from across the United States joined together to volunteer virtually during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Partnering with Safehaven of Tarrant County and Hope’s Door New Beginning, several AMN team members participated in virtual storytime events for women and children who are seeking refuge as victims of domestic violence. Team members have enjoyed telling Dr. Seuss stories while dressing up in costume and speaking in character voices!
During the COVID-19 health crisis, the Scottish Rite Hospital has provided life-saving treatment for children with cancer and babies who are premature or have congenital heart defects and must remain in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit or the Cardiac Intensive Care Unit for weeks or months at a time. As a result, the Ronald McDonald House of Atlanta continues to serve families at their homes by following safey procedures and social distancing guidelines.
AMN team members assisted the Ronald McDonald House by sending dinner to these families, who enjoyed Zoë’s delicious kabobs, savory sides, and chocolate chip cookies!
Merritt Hawkins, an AMN Healthcare division based in Dallas, TX, along with other company and donor sponsors, helped raise money and resources to benefit The North Texas Food Bank (NTFB). Through a partnership with Chamberlain’s Steak and Chop House restaurant, Merritt Hawkins took part in the fundraiser to support NTFB, who are currently serving an average of 650 families per week.
The need for basic necessities such as food has skyrocketed due to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the economy. The NTFB provides essential food assistance to people who have been affected by COVID-19.
As the NTFB shifts from crisis mode to sustaining this heightened response for the foreseeable future, they have needed supporters, like Merritt Hawkins and AMN Healthcare, to help them.
AMN Healthcare had its 2nd Annual Fundraiser to support the NTFB last November, and also volunteers often at the food bank. Over the last two years, these fundraisers have raised over 40,000.
AMN has partnered with team members across the company to create a video compilation of AMN kids singing their thanks to the healthcare heroes, who are a true light to our communities!
The theme song, "This Little Light of Mine," is a tribute to our first responders. Florence Nightengale, a revolutionary figure in nursing, was also known as the Lady with the Lamp. She said, "To be ‘in charge’ is certainly not only to carry out the proper measures yourself but to see that everyone else does so too.”
The AMN crew recently paid a visit to the front entrance of Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Plano, Texas, by unloading 125 lunch boxes containing chipotle meatloaf wraps, house salad with vinaigrette, and mini chocolate cakes. Among those pitching in to unload the meals was CEO Susan Salka.
“I came here to show my support to those on the frontlines of the pandemic,” she said. “This is an expression of our profound gratitude to healthcare workers everywhere – from ambulance drivers to respiratory therapists, from ICU nurses to pulmonologists. They have risen to the challenge in the most heroic ways and answered the call of their country and their profession. They are working under the most stressful and overwhelming conditions. They are putting their own lives at risk. They are isolating from their families. We need to support them in every way we can – as AMN team members, as residents of our communities and as a nation.”
AMN Healthcare thanks Judd Fruia, VP of Operations at Haywire / Front Burner Restaurants, for the amazing food his team provided!
The AMN deliveries to Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital have expanded to other hospitals in the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area, including Parkland Memorial Hospital, and Baylor Scott and White Medical Center. In total, AMN team members delivered 2,500 meals!
Team members from our ShiftWise division shared their appreciation for local first responders by baking and delivering treats to five Fire and Rescue stations in Portland and Tigard, Oregon!
The team visited Stations 50 and 51 in Tigard and Stations 4, 20, and 24 in Portland. The team was especially excited to meet their neighbors, who work hard to ensure the safety of others.
The first responders were incredibly appreciative and kind when receiving the unexpected treats, which included:
AMN Healthcare was proud to take part in the City of Dallas’ 38th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration Week, which included volunteerism, events, ceremonies, and a parade. Team members eagerly represented AMN through our sponsorship of the Martin King Jr. Gala and Parade by celebrating and perpetuating the need for racial equality while celebrating our diversity!
Team members from our Employee Resource Group, SLIDE (Strength Lies in Diversity and Equality), marched in the Martin Luther King Jr. Parade. Sporting their SLIDE t-shirts, the team acted on their goal to build a community that upholds the inherent worth of people of color in an atmosphere of mutual respect, trust, and civility within the workforce and our community.
Also taking place that week, the Scholarship & Awards Gala supported the educational aspirations of the City of Dallas youth through scholarships and recognized the City of Dallas residents that have made invaluable contributions to their communities reflecting the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Team members from every division, in a variety of roles, also joined the cause, from recruiters to our CEO, Susan Salka!
AMN team members in Dallas, TX, proudly joined CEO, Susan Salka and her husband to volunteer for families in need at the Ronald McDonald House of Dallas.
The team joined together in making tasty stuffed manicotti with Italian sausage, mixed sautéed peppers with sausage, salads, toasted buttery garlic bread, banana pudding, cookies, and brownies.
Founded in 2003, Operation Gratitude provides volunteer opportunities and service projects to meet the evolving needs of our Military and their families.
In 2019, Operation Gratitude delivered more than a half million care packages to the Military and their families by engaging proud civilians through service projects, community events, and in-person package deliveries across the nation.
Thousands of those care packages included Battalion Buddies that were hand-delivered to Military children for comfort while their parents are serving overseas and in the U.S.
Team members from our Phillips DiPisa division in Hingham, MA, assembled Battalion Buddies for these children!
Team members from our Nursefinders division in St. Louis, MO donated more than 200 items to the Military Food Pantry! These items included food and toiletry items for members the U.S. military and their families.
The Military Food Pantry has been serving the U.S. military and their families for 13 years and operates strictly by community support. This year alone, the Pantry has served 1,653 veterans, local and deployed soldiers, and their families.
AMN Healthcare hosted its second annual fundraiser to benefit the North Texas Food Bank and supprt those who are suffering from food insecurity. Team members raised $20,000 which amounts to 60,000 meals in partnership with the North Texas Food Bank! The team is proud to continue their effort to close the hunger gap in North Texas by providing access to nutritious meals.
AMN team members recently visited the Genesis Women’s Shelter to cook a Thanksgiving Feast!
The annual event was hosted by Genesis HeROs (He Respects Others), a group of fathers, brothers, boyfriends, sons, friends, and husbands who are dedicated to creating safe homes and communities for domestic violence survivors.
Our team members assisted the HeROs to serve dinner to around 100 women and children at the shelter.
Genesis Women’s Shelter was created to give women in abusive situations a way out. Their emergency shelter is where women and their children are welcome to stay for up to six weeks. After a family has completed the six weeks stay, they are sometimes not in a position to live independently. In association with Genesis Women’s Shelter, Annie’s House allows them to stay up to 12 months in a private apartment.
Dallas team members attended the Big Brothers Big Sisters Big Black Tie Ball at the Hilton Anatole. Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) has a goal to help all children reach their potential through professionally supported, one-to-one relationships with volunteer mentors. The AMN team is proud to support mentoring relationships for the children who need it most in the Dallas community.
BBBS mentors approximately 2,000 kids each year. Even with that kind of outreach, there are still over 800 kids in the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex that are on the waitlist for a mentor.
AMN is fortunate to have three team members that are actively involved with BBBS.
Team members from our O’Grady Peyton division in Savannah, GA hosted a food drive for Emmaus House, which serves as an interfaith ministry that feeds breakfast to more than 200 hungry people each morning, Monday through Friday.
The team came bright and early with supplies and stayed for several hours to prepare and serve food to the homeless of Savannah. For a “paper drive,” the team filled two cars with more than 1000 products from Styrofoam cups and plates to dishwashing fluid and napkins. Emmaus House was so grateful for their contributions, but particularly for the participation to serve breakfast in the morning.
The team fed over 150 people and some made upwards of 500 pancakes which were served the following day.
Dallas team members had the privilege to walk at The North Texas Chapter of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) to help bring light to the darkness of cancer for this past year. Each year friends, families, and co-workers form teams to raise money in support of LLS mission. This event took place on Sunday, November 3, 2019 at Frisco Square.
LLS has the mission to cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s disease, and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families.
They were proud to come together as an AMN team to take steps together to help end cancer. Two of our very own team members are survivors of Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, and were there to support and honor their victory over the fight against cancer!
For more information about AMN Community Relations, email Steve Wehn, Vice President of Government and Community Relations, or call him directly at (877) 282-0369.
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