Warrenville man donates 800 roses to Central DuPage nursing staff

  • Warrenville resident Sid Fey started "A Decade of Kindness" initiative to bring roses to staff at Northwestern Medicine Central DuPage Hospital in Winfield.

    Warrenville resident Sid Fey started "A Decade of Kindness" initiative to bring roses to staff at Northwestern Medicine Central DuPage Hospital in Winfield. Courtesy of Northwestern Medicine

  • On March 18, staff at Central DuPage Hospital in Winfield receive roses as part of the initiative called, "A Decade of Kindness."

    On March 18, staff at Central DuPage Hospital in Winfield receive roses as part of the initiative called, "A Decade of Kindness." Courtesy of Northwestern Medicine

  • The roses delivered to health care staff and essential workers also include messages of "love and kindness."

    The roses delivered to health care staff and essential workers also include messages of "love and kindness." Courtesy of Northwestern Medicine

 
 
Updated 3/19/2021 11:25 PM

Sid Fey is spreading love and kindness one rose at a time.

The Warrenville resident started an initiative called, "A Decade of Kindness" where he gives away live roses to people that make a difference, like essential workers and health care workers.

 

On Thursday, March 18, he delivered over 800 roses to the nursing staff at Northwestern Medicine Central DuPage Hospital.

The roses come in a plastic box with a water tube and include a button that says either "love," "kindness," or "I am loved."

Senior leadership delivered the roses to staff throughout the day.