DaVita, Inc., a leading provider of kidney care services for those diagnosed with chronic kidney disease (CKD), announced that its Warren clinic has contributed $2,000 to Warren County charity "Caring for Life."
On Feb. 2, teammates from the company's Warren clinic presented Caring for Life with a $2,000 check as part of the "DaVita Way of Giving," the company's local charitable giving initiative, which distributed nearly $1 million to help non-profit organizations throughout the United States grow and thrive.
Caring for Life is a local charity whose mission is to help Warren County families who have a child with a serious illness by providing care packages, medical expense reimbursement and emotional support.
From left to right: Shelly Stadler, Darbee Harrington, Cynthia Klenowski, Caring for Life board members; Eileen Kelly, charge nurse for Davita Warren; Dick Merenick, Caring for Life board member; Shelly Wilson, facility administrator for Davita Warren; and Lisa Morse, administrative assistant for Davita Warren.
"At DaVita Warren dialysis we decided to support Caring for Life because they serve the most vulnerable among us in a time of terrible crisis," said Shelly Wilson, DaVita facility administrator. "We love our patients at DaVita, and we see the same kind of love in the incredible care that Caring for Life provides to sick children and their families."