April 3, 2020 – HOLBROOK, NY: As COVID-19 continues to challenge our nation’s healthcare system, Future Tech Enterprise, Inc., an award-winning global IT solutions provider, is helping Johns Hopkins Medicine by funding the food services for the patients and families at the Hackerman-Patz Patient & Family Pavilion.
“We thank Future Tech for its generous support,” said William G. Nelson, Professor and Director The Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center. “Future Tech’s efforts will help provide meals for the patients and families at the Hackerman-Patz Patient & Family Pavilion, which is a home away from home for those who must relocate to Baltimore for their treatments.”
Due to precautionary measures related to COVID 19, group amenities, like kitchen services, were interrupted at Hackerman-Patz Patient & Family Pavilion. Future Tech’s donations will ensure the delivery of fresh food to patients and their families.
“Maintaining the strength of a family unit during cancer treatments is essential. Future Tech is proud to do our part and help by supplying meal deliveries to all the families while they go through these difficult times,” said Bob Venero, CEO, Future Tech Enterprise, Inc.
To learn how you can join Future Tech in supporting Johns Hopkins Medicine, visit https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/
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