SHARING A LITTLE IRISH LUCK WITH OUR NEWEST FRIENDS
Pictured from left to right: Jennie Barker, NICU/Pediatric Educator SJHS, Amy Murray, Administrative Director of Maternal Child Services SJHS, Elisabeth Clark, Director of Operations Biddy Murphy, and Pam Dziadosz, RN, Manager Family Birthplace SJHS.
SHARING A LITTLE IRISH “LUCK” WITH THE NEWEST PATIENTS AT SAINT JOSEPH HEALTH SYSTEM
As an Irish business, Biddy Murphy has always celebrated in March as part of Irish Heritage Month. This year, the team wanted to share a bit of their good fortune with others. Biddy Murphy selected St. Joseph Health System (SJHS) in Mishawaka, Indiana as their selected nonprofit. Biddy Murphy is proud to donate baby items to the newest patients who could use a little extra Irish good luck.
SJHS has long been a leader in advancing the care for maternal and infant health in the Michiana area. For decades, SJHS has been committed to providing care for premature babies and mothers during one of the most significant moments in their lives.
“As a father of two children, my heart goes to the families who have babies in the hospital. As a business owner, if I can make their experience a little better, we’re all about sharing a little Irish joy,” said Ward Gahan, Chief Experience Officer, Biddy Murphy.
Biddy Murphy donated several baby items including onesies, sleepers, bibs and diaper covers.