DALLAS, Jan. 2 Employees at Arlington-based Equal Healthonce again contributed generously to Santa's Helpers, a local charity now inits 39th year. Dallas' ABC affiliate WFAA founded the annual event to help outduring the holidays by distributing donated toys to children of economicallydisadvantaged families.
On Wednesday, December 17th Equal Health CEO Brady Spears personallydelivered the company's donations to the television studio. "We've beendonating the gifts for the last four years, but this is by far most we've everhad. With the economy the way it is, this says a lot about our employees,"said Spears. Chris Novinger, the company's president, adds, "We only have 42employees, so we are like family. Everyone in the family gave a gift, most ofthem more than one."
In 2007, Santa's Helpers collected over 78,000 toys for more than 50,000children throughout Dallas, Tarrant, Denton, and Collin counties. In 2008,they hoped to surpass that with the help of the employees at Equal Health andothers around the Metroplex.
Equal Health specializes in connecting individuals, families, andbusinesses with healthcare options beyond traditional insurance plans. Withlicensed agents across the country, Equal Health has become one of thenation's fastest growing healthcare providers by meeting the needs of everydayAmericans in a time where traditional health insurance is becomingunaffordable, not providing efficient coverage or denying qualification fordeserving individuals.
For more details about Equal Health or for any other healthcare servicesoffered by Equal Health, go to http://www.equalhealth.com.
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