Inherent in Mayo Clinic’s culture are close connections and compassion among colleagues that unite staff, personally and professionally. Mayo Clinic leaders set the stage, and staff take initiative to contribute in meaningful ways at local levels. In 2016, when Hurricane Matthew threatened our Florida campus and hundreds of employees in its path, 600 staff stayed on campus to continue to provide services. And, in 2017, when Hurricane Harvey devastated Texas and the southern cost, Mayo Clinic donated $500,000 to the American Red Cross, while employees organized food and supply drives within their departments. You, too, will have the opportunity to support compassionate care in your community.