Entrenue Donates $1,000 to Children’s Mercy Hospital

Entrenue Donates $1,000 to Children’s Mercy Hospital
Bob Johnson

PHOENIX — Entrenue announced that it has donated $1,000 to Children's Mecry hospital on behalf of its most recent raffle’s winner.

The retailer entered Entrenue’s drawing at the fall International Lingerie Show and chose to support forward-thinking pediatric hospital to receive the winning donation. While the official winners wish to remain anonymous, they did share their appreciation for being a part of this philanthropic opportunity.

“We appreciate Entrenue’s semi-annual ILS raffle as a way to donate to important causes and organizations while supporting our valuable retailer-distributor relationship,” the winners said. “Children’s Mercy is famous for its unique approach to children’s medicine and has changed the lives of countless families across the country. We are honored to have partnered with Entrenue to present this generous donation to the Children’s Mercy team.”

Entrenue noted that it established its semi-annual raffle several years ago to further promote its dedication to community support and service, inviting customers to enter for the chance to select a special charity to receive a $1,000 donation. Since the raffle’s debut, the company has donated thousands on behalf of its faithful customers, and this season’s winner chose an organization that provides comprehensive care for patients from birth to age 21 and remains top-ranked among the nation’s children’s hospitals.

“It has been such a pleasure hosting our charity raffle and seeing the array of organizations that our loyal customers select as recipients,” Entrenue President Joe Casella said.

He added, “Our team feels inspired by the stories and motivations behind each winner’s choice and we love knowing that our collaborations have a positive effect on so many members of the community. Children’s Mercy is famous for transforming the lives of its young patients and their families and we are proud to support their efforts in the field of child medicine, education, research and clinical care.”