LaFontaine Automotive today announced it has donated thousands of much-needed personal protective equipment to frontline heroes at seven Michigan hospitals. In total, over 25,000 latex gloves, 11,000 N95 masks and 200 protective glasses will be delivered over the next week.
“On behalf of my brother, dad, and our entire greater LaFontaine family, we felt compelled to help our amazing frontline heroes,” said Kelley LaFontaine, VP, LaFontaine Automotive Group. “These brave individuals are working tirelessly to keep us safe and we are wholeheartedly grateful to them for their unwavering service to others.”
The donation of personal protective equipment will be delivered to the following Michigan hospitals:
- Beaumont Hospital
- DMC Huron Valley-Sinai Hospital
- Henry Ford Hospital
- Hurley Hospital
- U of M Hospital
- McLaren Oakland Hospital
- Sparrow Hospital
LaFontaine Automotive Group will divide up the inventory of personal protective equipment evenly amongst the hospitals referenced above.
“Being a true community partner and providing assistance and support to those in need has been instilled in us all at an early age from our mom, Maureen LaFontaine,” said Ryan LaFontaine, COO, LaFontaine Automotive Group. “We continue to honor her legacy through our philanthropic initiatives and know that this is a cause she would whole-heartedly support.”