Tomball Regional Health Foundation (TRHF) awarded more than $385,000 to Lone Star College Foundation. The funds will be used to help LSC-Tomball students enrolled in the Medical Lab Technician and Dental Assistant programs as well as purchasing health equipment, pay for testing fees and required Meningitis vaccinations.
"We continue to be so appreciative of the support shown to Lone Star College-Tomball by Tomball Regional Health Foundation," said Lee Ann Nutt, Ed.D., LSC-Tomball President. "Their foresight and funding will continue to make our community a great place to live and work."
TRHF also started a $100,000 endowment in memory of Lynn LeBouef, former LSCF board member/TRHF CEO. LSC-Tomball students who are enrolled in the LifePATH Program will be eligible to apply for financial support.
"Not only was Lynn LeBouef a wonderful advocate for Tomball, but he was also a trusted friend who could be relied on for advice and counsel while serving on the Lone Star College Foundation Board of Directors," said Nicole Robinson Gauthier, CFRE, LSC Foundation Executive Director. "These additional funds and endowment will ensure Lone Star College-Tomball students have the resources necessary to complete their education."
LSC-Tomball lifePATH is a four-year comprehensive model of post-secondary educational opportunities for students who have disabilities that affect executive functioning.
"The goal of Tomball Regional Health Foundation is to improve public health, prevent disease, promote wellness, or enhance the general welfare of the citizens served by the Tomball Regional Health Foundation," said Marilyn Kinyo, Tomball Hospital Authority Chief Administrative Office. "These undertakings meet this goal and the funding being requested is necessary for improving medical care, health and wellness."
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