Montgomery, Ala. (August 4, 2017) — Capitol Hill Healthcare opened its doors today to help children get the school year off to a great start. For the eighth year, the long-term care facility gave away school supplies and treated parents and kids to some family fun.
Capitol Hill’s Back to School Bash provided about 200 totes filled with age-specific school supplies to the children and grandchildren of employees. The bash featured games, balloon animals, face painting and crafts. The children in attendance also had the opportunity to win special prizes including a $100 gift card.
“Our employees give so much of themselves to our residents and we just want to give back to them in a meaningful way whenever we have the opportunity,” said Capitol Hill administrator, Sharon Baker. “Back-to-School shopping can be hectic and expensive for parents and we are glad to lend a hand.”