Child care workers thanked for contribution during pandemic

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — A team of ambassadors from Stella & Dot, a jewelry, bags, accessories and clothing retailer, on Wednesday visited child care workers at the IU Health Day Early Learning Center in downtown Indianapolis.

The visit was part of the California-based company’s Lavish the Love giveback program to thank people making a difference.

The founder and chief executive officer of Stella & Dot told the teachers how much their work has helped families during the coronavirus pandemic. The company donated skin care products to the teachers since they are having to handle disinfecting chemicals multiple times a day.

Teachers who joined the event said gestures such as those by Stella & Dot make them feel noticed and appreciated.

Teacher Monica Stultz said, “Receiving small tokens just remind us everyday of the important work that we do. Just a small token, but it means a lot and goes far for the work that we do everyday so it impacts us in small ways.”


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