We are two weeks away from our Health and Hope Breakfast! We will be hosting numerous international partners, including Dr. Seth Wanye from Ghana highlighted above. New this year is a panel discussion entitled “Voices From the Field” where our local partners will sit down to speak about the local and global impact of Supplies Over Seas.
We would like to introduce you to our panel:
is a dedicated hospital partner from Norton Healthcare and will moderate the discussion.
, Metro Councilman from Louisville's 9th District is an environmental advocate and represents the district in which SOS is located.
from Safai Enterprises has worked with SOS to send a container of supplies to Honduras and has seen the need in medically impoverished communities up close.
from Northeast Christian Church has done mission work in numerous countries over many years. NECC has named SOS one of their global partners.
Denise Smith RN, MSN Ed.
from Sullivan University has worked with SOS to recycle expired medical supplies that benefit the education of the next generation of nurses.
We are so excited for this incredible panel and the discussion they will have. We will see you
October 19th at The Olmsted
to reserve your seat(s)