OLATHE, Kan. — The Terracon Foundation announced a $5,000 grant to Heart to Heart International for Hurricane Dorian relief efforts, to support deployment of medical teams to treat patients and administer vaccines to those impacted by the storm.
“Terracon is pleased to support Heart to Heart in its efforts to provide urgently needed medical care to the people in the Bahamas still recovering from the devastation of Hurricane Dorian,” said Gayle Packer, Terracon president and CEO. “We value the opportunity to give back to those who need critical assistance at this time.”
“The incredible support from the Terracon Foundation and other partners enables us to rapidly deploy experienced, dedicated medical teams to disaster-affected areas. Medical needs are vast following a disaster. Being able to provide health and hope to people struggling through terrible ordeals is why Heart to Heart International was founded, and why we are so grateful to our supporters and partners,” said Kim Carroll, chief executive officer, Heart to Heart International.
Heart to Heart International strengthens communities through improving health access, providing humanitarian development and administering crisis relief worldwide. For more information, visit hearttoheart.org.
For more information about the Terracon Foundation and other organizations it has supported, visit terracon.com/about/foundation.
Terracon is an employee-owned engineering consulting firm with more than 4,500 employees providing environmental, facilities, geotechnical, and materials services from more than 150 offices with services available in all 50 states. Terracon ranks 24th on Engineering News-Record’s 2019 list of Top 500 Design Firms.