Steel Dynamics Foundation, Inc., the charitable organization funded by the parent company of Steel of West Virginia, has given a $35,000 grant to the Project Noah's Ark pediatric program at the Emogene Dolin Jones Hospice House in Huntington.
Project Noah's Ark provides a special room at the hospice house to offer advanced symptom management and peaceful end-of-life care for children. The age range for patients extends from infants to adolescents.
Steel of West Virginia president Tim Duke said the company was honored to partner with Hospice of Huntington to help them continue to provide support to children and their families through the most difficult time imaginable, the end of a child's life.
In addition grant, the company paid to install a flag pole in honor of veterans at the Hospice House in honor of our veterans. The flagpole was dedicated on Sept. 11.
Hospice of Huntington is a non-profit agency that cared for more than 15,000 people with serious illness since 1982.