Economic Enrichment Project
Designed to Rebuild a Healthier Future
for the Greater Good
Join Wellness Wishes as we assist our healthcare establishments
during a time when they need us the most.
Our process of divergent thinking holds the belief that the key to problem-solving is creativity…understanding what is and imagining what could be. Which is why Wellness Wishes has added our “Economic Enrichment Project” to target those healthcare organizations, regions and local areas that need someone to lean on during this time – someone they can immediately turn to that can assist with funding, not only for their organization, but for their communities.
We welcome these organizations and areas have been deeply affected by the crisis to lean on us for support as we use our imaginations to turn what ‘could be’ into realities, and to help our fellow Americans create and control their own reality while thriving in the current environment.
There is no time to wait, and Wellness Wishes understands the urgency behind this project to assist our communities as quickly as possible.
In this time of uncertainty, Wellness Wishes is a beacon of hope for those affected by the crisis; and we’re happy to lead efforts for our communities to regain control and thrive in the current climate. This can (and must) be done; and together we can make a positive impact.
Healthcare agencies remain as one of the highest impacted sectors, with both personnel and financial issues abounding. Many are facing financial fallout from the current crisis, and those that carried high debt prior are most susceptible, as are rural areas. For financially struggling rural areas, COVID did nothing but take the focus off their already dwindling financials and personnel issues, while urban areas and ‘hot spots’ demanded the attention. Preparations, lack of PPE’s, personnel and testing, as well as other issues thrust many stable healthcare organizations into the financial danger zone and unknown territory. Ceasing of ‘non-essential’ healthcare services and elective surgeries, as well as furloughs and other cutbacks only enhanced the problems.