Exceptional Community Hospital helps 5 of Maricopa’s high charitable teams do extra in the neighborhood by donating $20,000 to the nominees for the Maricopa Chamber of Commerce’s Non-Profit of the Year award.
The native organizations obtained their awards Friday at an occasion on the hospital. Exceptional Healthcare made the dedication when it was named New Business of the Year by the chamber, based on CEO Saeed Mahboubi.
Mahboubi mentioned the donations mirror his firm’s dedication to the communities it serves.
“First, let me say that we believe in supporting the community and the citizens,” Mahboubi mentioned. “Because of the group’s help, over 403 lives have been saved in our hospital, which implies we’re fulfilling a particular want as a group associate.
“We continue to pour our resources into this hospital and the community by adding the Fast Track clinic and increasing our staff because we are making a meaningful contribution by saving lives, healing the sick and providing a hospital for the exceptional community of Maricopa.”
Maricopa Pantry was the highest beneficiary of Exceptional’s largesse, receiving a present of $5,000. The donation is especially well timed, because the meals financial institution’s operation on Papago Road south of Maricopa burned to the bottom on March 28. Thanks to group and enterprise help, and the mortgage of three storage trailers from St. Mary’s Food Bank, the pantry resumed meals distribution on April 23.
Donations of $3,750 went to the opposite 4 nominees: Chamber Non-Profit of the Year winner Be Awesome Youth Coalition, Faces of the Future, Boys and Girls Club and Operation Support Military Heroes.
According to AnnaMarie Knorr, Exceptional’s group outreach officer for Arizona, the awards present the well being care firm’s nationwide dedication to group involvement is enjoying out right here in Maricopa.
“Every community (where) you find an Exceptional facility, you’ll find community sponsorships and involvement,” she mentioned. “In Maricopa, upon opening, Exceptional was the host sponsor of the 17th Annual Seeds of Change Gala, donating $6,000 (to the charity) dedicated to helping individuals and the community understand the nature and effects of family violence and providing the resources available to meet the needs of those abused.”
Knorr added that Exceptional additionally works with the Ak-Chin Indian Community, the Chamber, Maricopa Unified School District, and different civic and charitable organizations.