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I want to show appreciation but we would need to include about 6 people, and so can’t be huge....

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Ask the executive director. Some places have a donation pool where families can donate cash to be distributed as perks. If it is a medical facility, some states have laws against it. If you cannot get an answer, consider plates of edible treats but make sure there is one for each shift.
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Morally and Ethically, they are not allowed to accept gifts.
Just saying.
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When I worked at a facility we often received fruit baskets, baked goods, candy etc. at the holidays, money wasnt allowed.
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I use to give a large box of See’s chocolates for the staff to share in their break room. Always included was a nice Christmas card with a
personal message thanking them for all their hard work.
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No, it is not expected but appreciated. I would send an Edible Arrangement for all to share. Or a fruit basket? Individual gifts are not a good idea and can get costly.
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I would think they are not allowed to except money or gifts. I am a baker so I took the staff a tray of cookies and pumpkin bread.
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