Heritage Health Solutions donates $35,000 to Texas Woman’s University
From left: Ron Davis, professor of kinesiology; James L. Rosengren, chairman and CEO of Heritage Health Solutions; TWU Chancellor Carine M. Feyten; Sean Sala, president of the TWU Student Veterans Association; Patti McCoy, TWU alumna and senior director of marketing for Heritage; and TWU Ambassador Chad Wick. Photo credit: Renee Thompson
FLOWER MOUND/DENTON – In honor of Veterans Day, Heritage Health Solutions, Inc., a service-disabled, veteran-owned small business based in Flower Mound, Texas, is donating $35,000 to Texas Woman’s University to recognize the university’s and Heritage’s commitment to serving veterans. Funds from the gift will support graduate student scholarships ($25,000) and TWU’s Project INVEST (Injured Veterans Entering Sports Training) program ($10,000).
“Heritage is pleased to support programs that benefit those who have selflessly served our country,” said James L. Rosengren, MHA, FACHE, chairman and chief executive officer of Heritage Health Solutions.
This latest gift to TWU continues Heritage’s support of the university and its programs targeting veterans, including Project INVEST, which offers opportunities for injured veterans to play Paralympic sports such as wheelchair basketball and volleyball during events held at TWU throughout the year. In 2014 Heritage donated $25,000 to TWU’s Project INVEST.
“We are grateful for Heritage Health Solutions continued investment in our university and look forward to a long relationship together,” said TWU Chancellor Carine M. Feyten.
Heritage, a small business owned by a service-disabled veteran, provides an integrated network of health care delivery services, pharmacy benefit management services, medical cost containment and telemedicine to the federal government and commercial businesses.
For seven consecutive years, TWU has been recognized as a Military Friendly® School. The 2016 Military Friendly® Schools list recognizes the top universities, colleges and trade schools nationwide that are doing the most to embrace American’s military service members and veterans as students.
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