Pierce Insurance is honored to have been selected by National Benefits Partners.
Pierce Insurance is honored to have been selected by National Benefit Partners, a national marketing firm and employee benefits innovator, to pass along to our clients, voluntary programs designed to keep pace with emerging needs coupled with an exclusive way to support local Children’s Hospitals. The good news for our clients and their employees is that donations are generated on their behalf when employees attend an enrollment meeting. That’s it. There is no obligation to purchase and donations are funded by Pierce Insurance, National Benefit Partners, and participating providers.
From left to right; Doug Kreszl, Managing Partner, National Benefits Partners; Vaughan Clark, Special Events Coordinator, Children’s Hospital Foundation; Velma Greenlee-Shelley, Key Account Manager, Pierce Insurance; Wayne Cosby, HR Director, Henrico County Public Schools; Tina Brooks, Benefits Manager, Henrico County Public Schools; Lonnie Pierce, President, Pierce Insurance; Yvette George, HR Director, Henrico County Government; Cari Tretina, Chief of Staff, Henrico County; John Vithoulkas, County Manager; Daniel Allette, Key Account Manager, Pierce Insurance.
Henrico County Supports Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU Through the Benefits That Benefit Children Program
Richmond, VA – April 1, 2023 – The County of Henrico and their employees are making an impact on the children of the greater Richmond area while simultaneously setting an example for other government entities. County of Henrico and its employees have become Benefits that Benefit Children’s Champions. In March of this year, representatives of the County of Henrico presented a donation to the Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU in the amount of $25,144.
These donations over the last 3 years have helped fund the construction of CHoR’s new Children’s Tower, Richmond’s new home for emergency, trauma and inpatient care, including the area’s only Level 1 pediatric trauma center. Taking up an entire city block, the space has been designed to provide a special kind of care in a space crafted specifically for children and their loved ones. Located alongside the existing Children’s Pavilion, the Children’s Tower brings world-class pediatric facilities to Central Virginia.