We here at Plano Plumbers do everything we can to support our community. We’ve always promised to be neighborly to our customers. We pledge to be more than just a corporation trying to maximize profits, and we do everything we can to live up to that pledge.
That’s why we’ve decided to do a fundraiser. We want to give money to the Plano Children’s Hospital. We believe that health and fitness are important, and nowhere is it more important than when it’s for our children. That’s why we want to do everything we can to help, and we’re giving you a chance to help us do that.
Fundraising For Plano Children’s Hospital
The Plano’s Children Hospital is always in need of funding. The never ending cycle of insurance companies paying pennies on the dollar and hospitals charging more in an attempt to get closer to the amount they actually spent leaves hospitals in dire straits.
Since we’re the neighborly Plano plumber, we felt it was important to help fix that problem. We took a good, hard look at our resources and set out a plan for fundraising. After all, how can we claim to take care of our customers when we don’t take care of our community? And how can we claim to take care of our community if we can’t even take care of our children?
How Much Will Plano’s Children Hospital Get?
The unfortunate truth is that we can’t afford a huge amount of money. We’re locally owned and operated, and we try to be fair rather than cheat our customers to maximize our profits. We are going to give a lump sum, but we admit it’s not much.
That’s where you can help. For every service ticket we hand out that’s $300 or more, we’ll be able to add $50 to that sum. That money comes directly out of our profits, and we pledge not to raise prices without telling you in order to offset that loss.
We want to truly help our community, and the best way to do that is to earn more money. But we can’t earn more money without the community supporting us. So now our customers can support us the way we always support them, and in turn, we can both support our children.
Because no good neighbor would leave a sick child to die, and we’re all good neighbors here.