From left, Jerome Teo, Tony Li, Allen Zu and Jack Ma of Everglade Development.
Everglade raises $55,000 for hospital
Published 12:06 PDT, Mon May 11, 2020
Last Updated: 2:13 PDT, Wed May 12, 2021
Richmond Hospital has received a $55,000 donation from a Richmond construction company for essential medical equipment, a CPR machine and a vital signs monitor.
Everglade Development raised the funds as part of its contribution to the hospital foundation’s #RichmondTogether campaign in April.
“Many of us live and work in Richmond and have benefitted from Richmond Hospital’s great quality of care. In return, this was a great way for the Richmond community to pay it forward and show our immense gratitude to our local medical professionals,” said Everglade managing director Allen Zu.
The #RichmondTogether fundraising campaign from April 8 to 22 brought together donors, volunteers and leaders across the city to raise much-needed funds for the COVID-19 Response Fund.
“We are extremely grateful to everyone in the community for your generous donation towards our fund,” said foundation CEO Natalie Meixner. “These funds will go a long way in helping us provide emergency lifesaving care for local residents.”