‘Thank Blue’ update: Help U-M undergrads get to 1,000 notes of gratitude!

April 5, 2021  //  FOUND IN: News
"Thank you" spelled out in large letters filled with colored circles.
A look at what the Thank You installation will look like.

At U-M, the largest formal “thank you” campaign of all is underway.

A group of four undergraduates are aiming to compile at least 1,000 notes of gratitude directed at Michigan Medicine faculty and staff for their efforts during the pandemic.

Fellow students, U-M employees (including those at Michigan Medicine) and outside community members are invited to send a thank you note by April 10.

The team is exactly one-third of the way to their goal — with about 333 messages submitted as of Monday morning. Help them reach their goal by clicking here!

The initiative will culminate in a massive art installation at University Hospital, in which large letters will spell out the words “THANK YOU.” Each letter will be filled with balls that will include names and messages.

The installation is scheduled to be installed on April 15.

Want to learn even more about the Thank Blue campaign? Listen to the latest episode of The Wrap employee podcast via YouTube below — or click here for an audio-only version.

RELATED STORIES