Director of Communication
ReNew Health Group
P (323) 892-0840
For Immediate Release
Monrovia, CA – ReNew Health Group, a leading provider of Skilled Nursing and proponent of community involvement is giving back to the community by sponsoring the 2015 Annual Thanksgiving Turkey Giveaway to Justice for Murdered Children.
JFMC was founded in 1996 by LaWanda Hawkins when her only child, Reggie was murdered. LaWanda, along with other parents who had lost children to homicide discovered that their cases were going unsolved and that they had been left out of the criminal justice process. Together they felt the need to form Justice For Murdered Children. JFMC mission includes Family Support Services, Prevention & Intervention as well as Legal Advocacy.
Crystal Solorzano, founder and CEO of ReNew said, “As we gather with our families and loved ones on Thanksgiving, we often take for granted the very blessings that most deserve our gratitude and it is with this thought in mind that we are most humbled by JFMC and its founder LaWanda Hawkins mission and we are proud to join in this most deserving event.”
LaWanda Hawkins, founder of JFMC said, “As reported in the media, just a few days ago, our world was turned upside down by the theft of our truck and its contents. This incident effectively cancelled our plans for our annual Thanksgiving event, which many grieving families look forward to. We threw up the Bat signal… and lo and behold… Batman in the form of Crystal Solorzano appeared and saved the day. We are fortunate and blessed to have strong and compassionate women share our mission.”
ReNew Health Group and operating subsidiaries are leading innovators and providers of skilled nursing and rehabilitation care services. Our centers offer the full spectrum of post-hospital stay services that patients may require following a hospital discharge.
Our commitment to superior quality of life is evident in all our centers. Our compassionate and professional team members understand that finding the right skilled nursing setting and long-term care option could be difficult and confusing. Patients and their families can count on our commitment to resident-centered care, individual choice and family involvement to make your journey easier.