GALVESTON, Texas, Jan. 5 Hurricane Ike devastated theTexas coast on September 5, 2008, and thousands of residents from Galvestonand surrounding cities are still without shelter. With the help of theemployees at Equal Health, some of the residents now living in tents will beable to stay warm in the coming winter nights.
On November 29, Brady Spears, Equal Health CEO and former Galvestonresident, personally delivered 50 heaters to the displaced families stillwaiting for permanent shelter. "After all they've been through and conditionsthey are now living in it's uplifting to see that they are getting some helpfrom generous donations and I'm proud that we are a part of that. Those peopleare true survivors," said Spears.
The Arlington, Texas-based Equal Health has just over 40 employees whodonated $500 to the effort. The figure was doubled to $1000 by Equal Healthpresident Chris Novinger and all of the money went toward the purchase of themuch-needed heaters. Novinger adds, "Our employees always step up tochallenges like this. When we told them about how we planned to help, everysingle employee pitched in. We're in the business of keeping families safe andhealthy and this is just one more way to do that."
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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