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MPH’s Inaugural Diwali Celebration Lights Up the Office

MetroPlusHealth (MPH), a diverse and inclusive healthcare provider, hosted its first -ever celebration event on November 9, 2023. The occasion marked a significant step in the company’s ongoing commitment to embracing and honoring cultures from around the world. Held at the MPH headquarters, this Diwali celebration was a resounding success, warmly received by staff and setting the stage for even bigger festivities in the years to come.

Diwali, also known as Deepavali, is one of the most celebrated festivals in India and by Indian communities worldwide. Known as the “Festival of Lights,” it symbolizes the triumph of light over darkness, good over evil, and knowledge over ignorance.

The event kicked off with a vibrant and beautifully decorated office space, traditional Diwali sweets, known as “mithai, samosas, Indian snacks adorned the tables and staff dressed in traditional Indian attires, added a delectable touch to the celebrations.

One of the most heartwarming aspects of this event was the enthusiastic participation and support of the MPH staff. Employees from various backgrounds eagerly embraced the Diwali celebrations, symbolizing the company’s commitment to diversity and inclusion. Many expressed their appreciation for MPH’s effort to celebrate cultural diversity within the workplace.

As the first Diwali celebration ended, it left a lasting impact on everyone who attended. The success of the event has set the stage for even grander celebrations in the future. MPH’s commitment to embracing and honoring cultures from around the world remains unwavering, and the Diwali celebration is just the beginning.


last updated: November 14, 2023

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