Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles gets $20M pledge

Restaurant chain Panda Express has actually pledged $20 million to Childrens Hospital of Los Angeles to support different healthcare programs and services..

The fast-casual food chain made the contribution through its humanitarian structure, Panda Cares..
The promise will establish the Panda Cares Center of Hope at the center. The center will focus on enhancing health care for the Los Angeles neighborhood through physical, psychological, spiritual and mental well-being. The center of hope will support music and art therapy, a reading program, palliative care, bereavement assistance and social services.

Alia Paavola –
Wednesday, September 16th, 2020
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” Panda Express is among our largest and most kindhearted corporate partners, and we are so grateful for their continuous assistance and devotion to help us meet our objective to produce hope and build healthier futures for children,” stated Childrens Hospital Los Angeles President and CEO Paul Viviano. “These are difficult times for a number of the patient households we serve, and thanks to this significant commitment, we will be able to continue to offer programs and services that are more crucial now than ever.”.