High Construction Raises $52,860 for Children’s Miracle Network and Penn State Children’s Hospital

High Construction Raises $52,860 for Children’s Miracle Network and Penn State Children’s Hospital

High Construction Company raised $52,860 at its 10th annual charity golf invitational on September 14 to benefit Children’s Miracle Network and Penn State Children’s Hospital. The event was held at Foxchase Golf Club in Denver, Pa.

Geared toward specialty trade contractors, architects, engineers, and suppliers of goods and services to the construction industry, the event has drawn the support of nearly 200 business partners and raised more than $330,000 since 2008.

“We are honored by the generous support from new and familiar faces at our event each year,” says Richard (Rick) L. Stoudt, Jr., president of High Construction. “Together we’re strengthening our community and ensuring that our children and families don’t have to travel far to receive urgent and advanced medical care when they need it.”

Photos and more information about High Construction’s golf invitational can be found at www.facebook.com/miracles4kids.

High Construction Company
High Construction Company provides preconstruction, design-build, general contracting, and construction management services throughout the mid-Atlantic region. High Construction specializes in the commercial, industrial, education, hospitality, retail, and multifamily residential markets. The family-owned business is headquartered in Lancaster, Pa. For more information about High Construction, call 717.291.2276 or visit www.haitaoyouhuiquan.com.

Children’s Miracle Network
Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals? is an international non-profit organization that saves the lives of children by raising funds and awareness for more than 170 children’s hospitals. Children’s Miracle Network at Penn State Children’s Hospital, Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, serves the Harrisburg, Lancaster, Lebanon and York region and has raised more than $65 million since 1984. Funds raised stay local to help to purchase life saving equipment and support vital patient programs, services, and pediatric research at Penn State Children’s Hospital. For more information visit CMNHershey.org.

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October 15, 2018