19th Annual Providence Saint Joseph Golf Tournament
This year, Mr. Aaron Cardenas, CEO of P1 Technologies, was able to give $3,000 on behalf of P1 Technologies in support of the 19th Annual Providence Saint Joseph Golf Tournament.
Proceeds from this year’s golf tournament will help purchase life-saving equipment for neonatal and pediatric services at Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center. Our medical center, its foundation, and the volunteer members of the Golf Classic committee are deeply appreciative of your support. The doctors nurses and patients of Providence Saint Joseph benefit greatly from your kindness.
Today, more than every, your support is essential to our efforts to provide the best possible care for our patients. Healthcare in America continues to change and challenge us, but what remains the same is the dedication and support from friends such as you.
Your compassion enables us to touch lives and help people in their hour of need. Thank you again for your support and involvement in this even.
Elizabeth A. LaBorde, CFRE
Vice President, Executive Director
Providence Saint Joseph Foundation
Typhoon Haiyan Relief
As you may know, the central Philippines was recently devastated by “Super Typhoon Haiyan,” killing more than 5,200 people and leaving a trail of destruction across the country. The United States has been shuttling goods to hard to reach parts of the central island since the storm, but many residents are still left without a home, food and water or clean clothes. P1 has decided to step-in and help, focusing on gathering clothing and assisting individual families affected by the storm.
P1 is currently sponsoring a clothing drive for Typhoon Haiyan victims. We are accepting all types of clothing from t-shirts to jackets, hats to shoes and everything in between. If you would like to help out, please drop off any donation items at P1’s office – 3701 Highland Avenue Manhattan Beach, CA 90266 – and we will ship them to those in need in the Philippines.
In addition to collecting clothing, P1 has donated the necessary funds for an upcoming December program where residents from less-affected regions of the Philippines will pick a family and then live with that family for a week, helping them rebuild what they lost and attempting to bring some holiday cheer to tired and hungry communities.
If you would like to help in any way, please contact P1 via the link below. We will be reporting back here as the program progresses with pictures and updates on our clothing drive and family relief efforts.