WE2 Support Services Donates $5,000 for Life Saving CPR Training Kit for South Carolina High School

Vanessa Hatfield, Business Development Manager & Corporate Small Business Administrator for E2 Consulting Engineers, Inc. and Dean Drake, Vice President of Waséyabek Federal Services, LLC recently presented Kim Enoch of the American Heart Association (AHA) a check for $5,000. The donation was given to support the AHA’s vision of improving the cardiovascular health of all Americans by 20 percent and reducing deaths from cardiovascular diseases and stroke by 20 percent by the year 2020.

The funds were used to purchase a CPR training kit (shown at right) for an Aiken, SC area school to teach high school students the proper method for performing CPR.  “A big thanks to E2 and Waséyabek Federal Services for their support in this life-saving endeavor and to Aiken County School district for recognizing the importance of the training,” Ms. Enoch said upon accepting the donation.  The CPR in Schools Kit was delivered to the Aiken County School District during the School Board meeting on May 14th (shown below). The staff at Silver Bluff High School will be able to train students, beginning in the fall.

WE2 Support Services, LLC (WE2) is a Joint Venture (JV) between Waséyabek Federal Services, LLC (WFS) and E2 Consulting Engineers, Inc. with offices in Aiken, SC and Grand Rapids, MI. The WE2 JV is established pursuant to the U.S. Small Business Administration’s All-Small Mentor-Protegé Program (13 CFR 125.8 and 13 CFR 125.9). For more information, visit the WE2 Support Services Website at www.we2ss.com.

 

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