Henry Repeating Arms Donates $100,000 To Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital
Henry Repeating Arms donated $100,000 to the St.Vincent House at Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital. The contribution will benefit the patients and families seeking a greatly needed home away from home during treatment.
The check was presented to Sue Anne Gilroy, Executive Director of the St. Vincent Foundation and the former Indiana Secretary of State by Anthony Imperato, President and Owner of Henry Repeating Arms. The presentation took place on April 24, 2014 in front of 2,500 NRA members at the Friends of the NRA National Banquet held at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.
The donation was made as part of Henry Repeating Arms’ Guns For Great Causes program. President Anthony Imperato explains, “we started the program several years ago because we felt blessed with our success and wanted to give back to organizations we admire. The Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital provides extraordinary patient care for the children of Indiana and we are proud to support them.”
About Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital at St.Vincent
Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital at St.Vincent has been dedicated to providing extraordinary patient care for the children of Indiana. With a full range of pediatric services, state-of-the-art facilities and friendly atmosphere, patients from newborns to teens receive the best, most comprehensive care from doctors and nurses who understand the needs of children. It offers 46 private inpatient beds, 15 beds in the Pediatric Intensive Care unit, 85 beds in the Newborn Intensive Care unit, and 17 beds in the Hilbert Pediatric Emergency Department, the first pediatric emergency room in the state of Indiana. The hospital also offers 24-hour physician coverage by pediatric hospitalists, intensivists, neonatologists, board certified emergency doctors, and a nursing staff with an average of 10 years nursing experience. The goal of Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital at St.Vincent is to offer a complete continuum of care to children—from newborns to late adolescents. A multidisciplinary approach for family-focused care includes child life specialists, social workers, education specialists and pastoral care.