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Nurses Week: Cheer on Frontline Hospital Heroes

Nurses Week: Cheer on Frontline Hospital Heroes

Support Nurses at Nationwide Children's Hospital

Date: May 12 | Time: 6:20 pm - 7:30 pm

Venue: Nationwide Children's Hospital

633 Children’s Drive
Columbus, OH 43205

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Create a homemade sign and join Besa to cheer on our nurses and frontline healthcare workers at Nationwide Children's Hospital during shift change. Let's help boost morale and thank those who are risking their lives to save ours.

Safety is our utmost concern. The rallywill be limited in number of volunteers and all volunteers are required to wear a mask. Feel free to also bring gloves and hand sanitizer. 

A few important details:

  • Parking details provided via email prior to event. 

  • Hospital rules require all participants to be 18+. For the safety of all, children can not join this project. 
  • Don't forget to bring your homemade signs. Sign examples: "Thank you for your service!" "We are proud of you!" Additional examples are at this link

  • Please refrain from handing anything to their team. This includes cards, flowers or any other types of kind appreciation. This is for your safety as well as theirs.

  • Maintain social distance from each other. We'll mark the sidewalk with chalk to help with where to stand.


Ohio’s current stay-at-home order permits people to continue helping neighbors. Healthy and willing volunteers are needed now more than ever, especially to feed the hungry. While we have many neighbors in need, we must each take care of ourselves first. If you are a vulnerable population—an older adult, a cancer patient, live with asthma, etc.—please stay home. If you have been exposed to anyone with COVID-19 or traveled out of the country recently or any of the following states (New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island) or any of the following cities (Chicago, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Detroit, Miami, Washington DC, Indianapolis), please stay home. If you feel sick or exhibit any symptoms of the virus as shared by the CDC—fever, coughing or shortness of breath—please stay home.