The Palmier Foundation continues to support InterVol.
Boston, Massachusetts, January 4, 2016– Daniel Palmier, Director of the Palmier Foundation has announced $100,000 in pledges to InterVol as part of his continuing commitment to the organization.
The $100,000 dollar pledge is part of the expanded efforts of Daniel Palmier, working with Dr. Ralph Pennino of InterVol, to continue the work of the Palmier Foundation both in Haiti and locally. Agencies also benefitting from the Palmier Foundation’s recent sizeable donations are the Notre Dame Haiti Program, Brigham & Women’s Hospital, the Kelly Cares Foundation, Newton Country Day School, and the Wounded Warriors Project.
“The Palmier Foundation’s contribution has allowed us to continue and expand our education, health and surgical care programs in Haiti in addition to our expanding our RUMS program (Recycling Unused Medical Supplies) which reduces local medical waste/pollution (positive environmental effect) with the added bonus of giving these supplies to people in medical need worldwide . In short, Daniel Palmier’s support helps us save lives.” – Dr. Ralph Pennino, President, InterVol
InterVol’s charity work concentrates of multiple communities in need. Aside from repurposing medical equipment to serve the community of Haiti, InterVol runs a Volunteer Medical Professionals Program, Friends Across Borders, and is committed to enhancing the lives of children at the Home of Hope Orphanage. More information about InterVol can be found here.
The Palmier Foundation’s mission statement is to acquire and grow resources to assist those in local and global communities to attain a better quality of life. Underpinned by Christian values, the Palmier Foundation works on the principle that giving back to the community is an obligation which, benefits all those who participate.