July 6, 2016 – Newport News, VA – Spectrum recently joined with Priority Staffing, Two Men and A Truck, and other local businesses to collect items needed for its “Movers for Moms®” program. This program provides care packages to mothers who have to stay at CHKD overnight with their child. Many times this happens unexpectedly and they find themselves without toiletries or other important items. These care packages can make their stay a little more comfortable. The items collected were new, mostly travel sized toiletries as well as books and magazines.
Spectrum CEO Jeff Wassmer states, “Any parent can easily imagine the emotional roller coaster and stress of having to stay in the hospital overnight with a child. I think this is an excellent program and I am sure that these care packages will be greatly appreciated.”
On January 1, 2009 Spectrum implemented the “Spectrum Foundation.” This Foundation serves as the governing body for all of Spectrum’s charitable giving. The Spectrum Foundation is a donor advised fund managed by the Peninsula Community Foundation of Virginia. To learn more visit our Foundation website at www.foundation.sptrm.com
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