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HOLLAND, OH, July 23, 2020 /24-7PressRelease/ -- The Douglas Company, a General Contractor in Holland, Ohio, recently donated $2,100 in food donations to the Nightingales Harvest food pantry in Toledo, Ohio. The donation was made in honor of Brian McCarthy, a well-loved executive of the company who lost his battle with cancer this year.
This year The Douglas Company's annual food drive was conducted virtually through team member's monetary donations. The donations allowed us to purchase in bulk the most-needed food items that will soon find their way into the kitchens of Toledo-area cancer patients and their families.
"The Douglas Company understands the importance of a local organization that provides food access for people in need. The donation is just one of many the company makes to charities and non-profit organizations through our Douglas Cares Program," said Nikki Lopez, Marketing Coordinator at the Douglas Company. "Our team proud to support Nightingales Harvest and their initiatives in providing food, hope, and security to area cancer fighters."
The Douglas Company
The Douglas Company, headquartered in Holland, Ohio, with a second office located in Orlando, Florida, is a recognized industry leader in commercial construction, specializing in Senior Living and Multi-Family Housing in a wide variety of markets.
A seven-time honoree on the INC. 5000 list of fastest-growing private companies, we have been providing construction services to clients for over 40 years. As a result of our experience and knowledge, our integrated Integri-D Process was developed to ensure our clients' success! We manage every aspect of the client's project from up-front cost control, preconstruction services, construction management, through completion and turnover.
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Nightingales Harvest is a food and toiletry pantry established on May 27, 2011 with over 35 hundred families with a ratio of 3 family members per household. Nightingales Harvest helps address the large gap in local services by being the only free cancer family pantry for cancer patients and their families in the region.
The program provides perishable and non-perishable foods, personal hygiene items, and home cleaning products at no cost to cancer households in Northwest Ohio and Southeastern Michigan. Nightingales Harvest stands out because of the personal involvement that each cancer patient receives, including home visits to assess needs, home delivery of food, personal hygiene items, toiletries, cleaning products, and referrals to community resources to help meet other needs the patient may have.
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