Bank Wants to Help Customers Affected by Hurricane, Waives 3 Big Fees in Florida
Hurricane Irma has impacted almost everyone in Florida, transplanting many from their homes and disrupting their lives. Something as simple as not having a bank branch nearby with which to do business could lead to late fees, surcharges from non-associated ATMs, etc. One bank is doing their part by easing that bit of worry for its customers. For more click here.
Third Grader Uses CPR to Save Unconscious Mom
Dimitri Meram, of San Carlos, California, quickly administered CPR recently after his mother hit her head on a car door and fell unconscious. She awoke five days later in the hospital to discover that her son had performed life-saving measures after she collapsed. Amazing! For more click here.
Former Adult Magazine Exec Opens $30-million Home to 70 Foster Kids Displaced by Irma
Hurricane Irma evacuees, many who waited in line for hours, were turned away from a shelter at Robert Morgan Educational Center; that’s when a former executive took matters into his own hands and opened his villa which has a pool with waterfalls, a full basketball court, a gym, eight bedrooms and 16 bathrooms to 70 foster kids. For more click here.
Toyota’s collaborative work with four pediatric hospitals helps reduce the rate of central line infections by 75%.
Scott Dickson has enjoyed a very rewarding career over his 15 years with Toyota. But he’s happy to admit that his collaboration with four children’s hospitals in 2016 was especially meaningful. To learn more about his life-saving work, click here.