MELVILLE, N.Y.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Please replace the release dated May 15, 2017 with the following corrected version due to multiple revisions.
The corrected release reads:
AIR TECHNIQUES DONATES TO MERCY SHIPS IN PARTNERSHIP WITH US ENERGY RECOVERY
A global charity, Mercy Ships operates a fleet of hospital ships that provide hope and heeling in developing nations. Founded in 1978 by Don Stephens, Mercy Ships leads over 1,000 professional volunteers from 45 nations with offices in 16 countries. Charitable donations are put to use with 77.91% of donations being used to support the ship and field programmatic operations, 13.81% supporting fundraising efforts and 8.29% going to general and administrative costs.
“Mercy Ships hits a spot near and dear to the Air Techniques Corporation,” said Christoph Roeer, Chief Executive Officer of Air Techniques. ”Seeing the photos and videos of the procedures and care that Mercy Ships performs makes us proud to support this amazing charity.”
Air Techniques presented the donation to Mercy Ships representative, Ms. Jackie Abbott on Friday, May 12 at the Air Technique headquarters in Melville, NY. US Energy Recovery representative Mr. Bill Lee was also on site to present the donation of $5,173 to Mercy Ships.
Committed to making a positive impact on the environment, Air Techniques works with US Energy Recovery to ensure they are doing all they can as a corporation to be energy efficient. Thanks to these efforts, Air Techniques was able to partner with these groups to generate honorable savings to provide this donation to Mercy Ships. To find out how you can support Mercy Ships visit their website, www.mercyships.org.