Air conditioning for Phoenix Children
Phoenix, Arizona (PRWEB) March 19, 2013
Anthony Sampino of Air Care Cooling and Heating announced his support of Phoenix Children’s Hospital this week by launching a campaign to donate 50% from every heating and cooling maintenance performed between March 1st 2013 and December 31st 2012. Taking it one step further, Air Care will be donating 10% of the entire invoice for any additional services they provide.
Phoenix Children’s Hospital has provided hope, healing, and the best healthcare to the area’s children and their families since 1983. In 2011, the hospital provided $65 million in charity and uncompensated care, in part by community supporters and local businesses like Air Care. Because of the powerful and positive impact Phoenix Children’s Hospital has on the community, Air Care is committed to helping organizations that provide superior and specialty services to Arizona’s Children while still maintaining their nonprofit status.
“We hope to raise enough money to help kids in Arizona get the health care services they need and can’t get anywhere else.” Last year, Phoenix Children’s Hospital put into action a mobile care unit – making 6,500 visits to needy children and family shelters. The donation program run by Air Care will allow Phoenix Children’s Hospital to continue and expand programs to benefit the area’s kids.
Regular maintenance on air conditioning units can cut long-term costs and help to avoid future problems, but this year it can also help to benefit the children in need at Phoenix Children’s Hospital. “We do have a long road ahead of us so let’s work together to achieve this goal.” Air Care believes in paying forward the successes of the business by lending a helping hand to the organizations that serve the children and families of Arizona. For more details about Phoenix Children’s Hospital, Phoenix Air Conditioning Program.
For details about Air Care’s donation program, how to get involved, and other current updates, visit: http://www.aircareaz.com