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WCIC Hope Notes!

Why Hope Notes?

Life’s beauty lies in the connections we make. In the fast-paced world, our seniors often find themselves longing for the warmth of human connection. Hope Notes is our way of bridging that gap, spreading joy, and letting our seniors know that they are cherished and loved.

Just 2 Easy Steps

    1. Craft Your Heartfelt Message:

    Take a moment to compose a thoughtful, encouraging note. Share your positive vibes, memories, or even a simple “Hello.” Your words can make a world of difference.

    2. Submit Your Note

    After creating your Hope Note, you can mail your Hope notes to WCIC or drop them off at the station. Every note you send becomes a beacon of hope in someone’s day.

    Station Address: 3902 W Baring Trace. Peoria, IL 61615.

    Helpful tips for creating your Hope Note

    Introduction

    Start with a warm greeting, such as “Dear Resident”. Consider a friendly and positive opening to set a comforting tone.

    Express Your Intentions

    Clearly state the purpose of your letter/note. For example, you might want to send well wishes, share positive thoughts, or simply brighten someone’s day.

    Share Personal Touches

    If you’re comfortable, share a little about yourself. Mention your name, where you’re from, and perhaps a brief anecdote or personal connection.

    Encouraging Words

    Offer words of encouragement, support, and positivity. Compliment the residents on their strength, resilience, and the unique qualities that make them special

    Ask Open-Ended Questions

    Include questions that invite the recipient to share their experiences, memories, or preferences. This can help create a sense of connection.

    Share Inspirational Quotes or Stories

    Include questions that invite the recipient to share their experiences, memories, or preferences. This can help create a sense of connection.

    Avoid Sensitive Topics

    Be mindful of potential sensitivities. Avoid discussing health issues, personal problems, or anything that might be distressing.

    Express Empathy

    Show empathy and understanding for the challenges they may be facing. Offer your support in a compassionate manner

    Closing

    End your letter with a warm closing, such as “Sincerely,” “Warm regards,” or “Best wishes.” Include your name again for a personal touch.

    Hope Note Examples