Connecticut Business Systems Makes Philanthropic Commitment to Connecticut Children’s Medical Center to Benefit the Lives of Children & Families

For Immediate Release: January 10, 2018
Media Contact:

Monica Buchanan, Director, Corporate Communications
(352) 219-0860; mbuchanan@connecticutchildrens.org

Connecticut Business Systems is showing their support for children and families, both across the state and throughout the region. The Xerox company recently made a donation of $100,000 to Connecticut Children’s, which will be going toward a new Infusion and Dialysis Center. The support of CBS will be commemorated with the naming of a treatment room.

This donation is just one element of Connecticut Business System’s philanthropic commitment to Connecticut’s only independent children’s hospital. In addition to their support of the Infusion Center, CBS has also committed to generous 3-year sponsorships of two Connecticut Children’s events, Connecticut Children’s Gala and the Geno Auriemma Fore the Kids Golf Tournament. The sponsorships, spanning 3 consecutive years, will total $54,750.

“CBS is proud to support the Connecticut Children’s Medical Center and their vision for the new Infusion and Dialysis Center. The work that the great folks at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center do impacts the lives of so many families and I cannot think of a worthier cause than one that helps the children of our community” said Jay Cartisano, president of Connecticut Business Systems. “The opportunity to help support the Infusion and Dialysis Center is one we felt was very important. It will provide a much more comfortable environment for patients to receive treatment and will help improve the overall care.”

“We are so grateful to Connecticut Business Systems for their generosity and support. They are a valued community partner whose contributions will touch the lives of so many children and families receiving care at Connecticut Children’s” said Rob Keane, Associate Vice President of Development, Connecticut Children’s Medical Center Foundation.

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