Stonhard Donates To TX Children's Foundation

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Stonhard, a manufacturer and installer of seamless floor, wall and lining systems, recently donated $20,000 to the Cook Children’s Health Foundation in Fort Worth, TX. Members of Stonhard’s sales management team presented the check to Nancy Cychol, president, Cook Children’s Medical Center and Stan Davis, VP Support Services there, this past September.

(Left to Right): Stonhard’s David Dozier, John Hurwitz, Jerry Slaggle, Cook Children’s Nancy Cychol (president, Cook Children’s Medical Center), Stan Davis (VP support services, Cook Children’s Medical Center), Stonhard’s John Walsh.

(L to R): Stonhard’s David Dozier, John Hurwitz, Jerry Slaggle; Cook Children’s Nancy Cychol and Stan Davis; and Stonhard’s John Walsh.

Cook Children's Medical Center in 2004

After having completed more than $1 million worth of flooring within the Cook Children’s Heath Care System and cultivating a relationship for nearly 10 years, Stonhard realized that Cook Children’s needs extended past its floors and beyond its physical structures. After Stonhard completed a project in mid-2010, management involved with the project decided that a donation to the Cook Children’s Health Foundation would be an appropriate way to honor the good that the organization performs and to thank them for their loyalty to Stonhard.

Stonhard’s donation will be used by the Cook Children’s Health Foundation to help fund the organization’s initiatives. Cook Children’s is currently undergoing a $250 million expansion project that, according to President and CEO of Cook Children’s Health Care System, Rick Merrill, will “add 40 percent to the current campus footprint. It will also increase much needed space in our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Pediatric Intensive Care Unit, med/surgery units and strengthen our family amenities,” he says.

Cook Children’s also works closely with the Children’s Miracle Network, and the organization never turns away a child, regardless of their family’s ability to pay for their care.

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