Midland Care and Envista Announce the Donation Results of the July Envista Cares Challenge
Midland Care is pleased to report that community has given $8,445.93 to Midland Care Connection, Inc. in the month of July. With the addition of the $2,500 challenge grant from Envista, Midland Care received $10,945.93, in contributions during July.
“The donation match made available by Envista will allow us to provide enhancements to The Hospice House, expand parking around the building and create The Passageway which will allow a dignified last moment with loves ones in a caring environment,” said Zach Ahrens, Vice President of Strategic Initiatives at Midland Care. “Nearly 20 years ago, an open house was held to present The House to the community. Until this facility was available, those nearing the end of life without adequate caregiving in the home were admitted to a hospital or a nursing home. Today, we have served over 6,100 individuals and their families.”
“It is our goal to highlight and support organizations like Midland Care that are doing exceptional work in our community,” said Tara Dimick, Senior Vice President of Business Development of Envista. “It is exciting to see the community step up to the challenge and support Midland Care.”
Envista Credit Union’s mission is to help members achieve their financial goals by providing quality products and services. Envista is a full service financial institution established in 1957 that has $390 million in assets and serves more than 43,000 Kansans with offices in Topeka, Lawrence and Hutchinson. For more information visit www.envistacu.com.
Midland Care Connection’s mission is to meet individual needs through innovative care solutions. Their vision is to touch more lives through excellence in care and service. For over four decades, Midland Care has been a pioneer and leader in responding to the most challenging health care needs in our community. Midland Care now offers an integrated community care delivery system addressing social, physical and spiritual needs, improving quality of life for our aging population to keep seniors at home and independent longer, as a vital part of our community. For more information visit www.midlandcareconnection.org.