Top 100 firm UHY Advisors recently donated a $2,500 grant to the Foundation for Ellis Medicine to benefit the Bringing Baby Home initiative at Ellis Medicine’s Bellevue Woman’s Center in Niskayuna, N.Y.
The donation funded the purchase of 33 infant car seats, made available for new parents in need. The car seats are also available to mothers of premature babies.
“UHY LLP is dedicated to serving the community in which we have been proud to operate for more than 50 years. Bellevue Woman’s Center is an outstanding resource for new and growing families, and we are pleased to support the Bringing Baby Home program,” said Howard Foote, UHY's office managing partner – Capital Region, in a statement. “This donation will help provide important security to the parents of today while ensuring the safety of the adults of tomorrow. On behalf of the UHY family that prides itself on delivering the ‘next level of service’, UHY is proud to help the hospital protect the next generation of families.”
Recipients of the car seats are determined by the Ellis Medicine nursing and social work staff. The Bringing Baby Home initiative is made possible by donations from the Foundation for Ellis Medicine’s Corporate Partners Program.
“Ellis Medicine is extremely grateful for this generous donation that will be used to help dozens of families in need across the Capital Region,” stated Ellis Medicine president and CEO Paul Milton. “The Bringing Baby Home initiative will ease the mind of numerous parents transporting their child throughout the community. We are pleased to create a program that will continue to protect the children beyond our hospital doors.”
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