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Patrick Supports Care Camps

Patrick Induatries Supports Cares Camps

Patrick Industries said it has established a partnership with Cares Camps, a charity that helps children with cancer experience the healing power of the outdoors.

“Our Patrick family is extremely excited and very humbled to partner with Care Camps in their mission to provide children battling cancer with unique outdoor camping experiences that will create special lifelong memories,” Jeff Rodino, Patrick’s executive vice president of sales, said in a statement. “We are honored to have formed a partnership between this organization and all of our Patrick teams throughout the country to support such a great cause.”

Care Camps works with 135 oncology camps throughout the United States and Canada, where children learn to appreciate nature and develop friendships with others who are living with cancer.

Patrick Industries said that recent business growth has allowed it to ramp up its corporate social responsibility programs.

Click here for more about Cares Camps.



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