“This grant will be used to update our facility and purchase new equipment to help keep our staff working,” said Tom Czopek, Enrichment Industries Project Manager. “We are grateful to The Grainger Foundation for its generosity.”
The Stewart Marchman-Act Foundation strives to build and sustain a community where addiction and mental illness are treated promptly, comprehensively, and with respect for all.
This donation was recommended by Bill O’Brien, Market Manager of W.W. Grainger Inc.’s, Daytona Beach location. Grainger has been a part of the Volusia County business community for 25 years as a leading broad line supplier of maintenance, repair, and operating products. “We are proud to recommend the Stewart Marchman-Act Foundation for this grant,” said O’Brien. “We understand the need for this type of exceptional and comprehensive behavioral healthcare for individuals and families in our community.”
The Grainger Foundation, an independent, private foundation based in Lake Forest, Illinois, was established in 1949 by William W. Grainger, founder of W.W. Grainger, Inc.
The Stewart Marchman-Act Foundation is focused on building the resources to complement the programs of Stewart Marchman Behavioral Healthcare, conduct behavioral healthcare research, and community education.
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For Further information about the Stewart Marchman-Act Foundation, Inc. contact Foundation Executive Director Deborah Zeoli at 386.254.1139 (tel:386.254.1139) or email@example.com
Pictured from left to right are: Joanne Cheeseman, Carol Collins, Ivan Cosimi, all of SMA, Bill O’Brien of Grainger, and Tom Czopek, Enrichment Industries Project Manager.