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Plasman MVPs donate to John McGivney Children’s Centre

December 15, 2023

jmcc and plasman staff

On Thursday, December 14, Plasman MVP Ambassadors from Windsor One Manufacturing and Corporate Headquarters delivered a variety of items to John McGivney Children’s Centre from their requested wish lists. Some of these items donated included reading books, fine motor skill toys, and linking cubes.

Plasman MVP ambassadors were also provided a tour of the JMCC facility and learned the many different services that are provided for ages 0-21.

The John McGivney Children’s Centre provides comprehensive paediatric therapy services including assessment, treatment, consultation, design and provisions of assistive devices, education, and family support services within a multi-disciplinary setting. Depending on the need, services are provided in the Centre, in the home and in our community.

“For more than 10 years, Plasman has been donating to the John McGivney Children’s Centre, which is absolutely remarkable”, said Jenn Jovanovski, JMCC CEO. “On behalf of our staff, and all our families, we thank you. Your donations go towards helping our children and youth reach their full potential and allows us to work with them towards a future of empowerment, participation, and opportunity. We couldn’t do what we do without amazing community supporters like Plasman.”

Through Plasman’s corporate partnership program called MVP – Corporate Giving, Fundraising & Participating, we work together to support non-profit, youth-oriented organizations that are focused on creating a safe, healthy, and sustainable future for children and our new leaders of tomorrow. We place great importance on working together as one team across our 25 locations with a global focus in supporting the communities in which we live and work.

We are more than a global leader in automotive manufacturing – we are a team committed to affecting change, helping children in need, and giving back to our communities.


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