MT. PLEASANT, PA--ITSENCLOSURES recently donated $20,000, in the name of the late employee Robert Snyder, to the 4 Kids Early Learning Center, a division of the Heritage Health Foundation Inc. JT Spangler, President of ITSENCLOSURES, learned of the organization though Linda Synder, a longtime friend of the Spangler family.
Mrs. Snyder devotes her time to helping make a difference in the lives of children by providing meals and assisting with the care of the children at 4 Kids Early Learning Center. “We saw this as an opportunity to help local children and families.” Mr. Spangler continued, “If we can impact the children half as much as Bob had impacted us at ITSENCLOSURES then that makes all the difference in the world to us.”
The Heritage Health Foundation Inc, located in Braddock, Pennsylvania, helps meet the needs of the people and communities of Western Pennsylvania’s Monongahela and Turtle Creek Valleys. The 4 Kids Early Learning Center influences about 200 children yearly. The children range in age from six weeks to five years. The 4 Kids Early Learning Center provides not only a quality early education, but instills traits structured to help the children develop learning skills.
“With the help of donations such as the one supplied by Mr. Spangler and ITSENCLOSURES, the 4 Kids Early Learning Center is able to provide the children of the eastern suburbs with the skills and foundation for bright futures.” Said Robert Grom, president and CEO of the Heritage Health Foundation Inc.