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posted December 8th, 2021 by E4H

E4Hcares Fort Worth Provides Holiday Gifts for Children in Need

Thanks to the efforts of E4Hcares Fort Worth, the children in North Texas will be provided with holiday gifts. The Angel Tree program helps families in need by providing holiday gifts to children 14 and under. The office collected several bags of toys for distribution during this holiday season. For[...]

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posted November 29th, 2021 by E4H

E4Hcares Vermont Provides for Local Food Shelf

E4Hcares Vermont raised funds for the Williston Community Food Shelf in time for the holiday season. Gift cards provided necessary items for the food shelf and also allowed clients to buy their own turkeys and groceries for their holiday meal. For more information on how to donate.[...]

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posted November 26th, 2021 by E4H

Poulin Helps Kick Off New Philadelphia Chapter of AMFP

Congrats to Cherise Poulin, Assoc. AIA, Partner, who along with Adam Sammis of Pure PM, organized an industry social to kick off the new Philadelphia chapter of AMFP (Association of Medical Facility Professionals). Over 50 industry professionals joined to support the foundation of this new chapter.[...]

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posted November 1st, 2021 by E4H

E4H Attends HealthSpaces

Jason Carney, AIA, Partner, and Julissa Tellez, Assoc. AIA, Sr. Director of Project Development, attended HealthSpaces, a community for healthcare real estate + facilities leaders. The event included a Town Hall discussion, “Where Do We Go From Here?” focusing on the challenges of the last year [...]

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posted October 25th, 2021 by E4H

E4Hcares Fundraises for Domestic Violence Emergencies

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and since the 2020 lockdown, Domestic Violence incidences have drastically increased. In support of this cause, E4Hcares NYC is fundraising for NewYork-Presbyterian’s DOVE program for Domestic and Other Violence Emergencies. For more information and to [...]

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