Time Warner Cable's Shannon Mullen, Regional Vice President, and Pam McDonald, Vice President for Government Relations, presented a $25,000 gift to the Comprehensive Care Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders on January 5. The represents proceeds from the annual Time Warner Cable Employee Foundation golf outing. Each year, Time Warner Cable's employees, vendors and suppliers participate in a golf outing at Weatherwax. They share their proceeds with Dayton Children's, Cincinnati Children's, Cancer Family Care and the Wellness Connection of Dayton and Cincinnati. The employees are committed to helping children and families battling cancer.
David Kinsaul, President and CEO of Dayton Children's, accepted the gift and shared the thanks of our patients, families and staff. The money will help provide the latest medical technology and equipment to provide the best treatment for kids with cancer, distraction toys and supplies for patients, end of treatment gifts for kids, and training opportunities for the physicians and nursing staff to know the most current treatment protocols.
Dayton Children's appreciates the wonderful support from Time Warner Cable and appreciates their continued commitment to supporting the Comprehensive Care Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders. Since adopting Dayton Children's three years ago as a philanthropic partner, Time Warner Cable has donated $75,000. The previous gifts supported the hematology/oncology clinic renovations.
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