LYNCHBURG, Va. (WSET) — The Liberty University’s School of Nursing received an award from the Salvation Army for hosting the Hands and Feet Clinic.
The award is the Salvation Army’s highest honor and is given to volunteers who uphold the Salvation Army’s mission of “preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ and meeting the human needs in His name without discrimination.”
“The award was a huge honor for the School of Nursing,” said Associate Professor of Nursing Dr. Dana Woody. “Receiving the Partners in Mission Award means so much. Truly serving as His hands and feet to our community — acting on our calling as healthcare professionals — resonates with everything we do. This award represents our work on many levels for Him and for our community.”