Denver, Colorado (PRWEB) July 22, 2014
CareTouch Communications, Inc. has formed a new employee-driven outreach program called CareTouch in the Community. CareTouch employees will select causes they are passionate about throughout the year, and provide hands-on support in line with their mission to help people in and around the community improve their health. The program’s first cause is Hike for Hospice, to benefit the Butterfly Program of Porter Hospice.
On Sunday, September 14, the CareTouch in the Community team will climb to 7,600 feet (approximately 2.5 miles) to the top of Olinger Mount Lindo, home of the illuminated cross in Morrison, Colorado. As a Peak Sponsor for the 9th Annual Hike for Hospice, the team will be raising funds for the Butterfly program, which provides pediatric palliative care.
“Over the last year we’ve dialed in our company’s mission, which is to be compassionate communicators partnering to improve people’s health,” commented Matthew Dolph, CEO of CareTouch. “I’m proud that our new CareTouch in the Community program crystalizes this mission in a way that will provide hands-on help and support for people in our own community.”
If you are interested in learning more or would like to help CareTouch in its fundraising efforts, please visit http://caretouch.net/about/caretouch-in-the-community/.
CareTouch Communications, Inc. (http://www.caretouch.net) is a leader in patient engagement and partners with healthcare suppliers to improve people’s health. The company merges technology with a live, multi-lingual call staff, enabling suppliers to maintain consistent communication with patients who require replenishment of medical equipment and supplies. CareTouch specializes in sleep and diabetic resupply, sleep adherence, oxygen equipment replenishment, nebulizer supply replenishment, payment collections and manufacturing recall notification. The company is headquartered in Westminster, Colorado.