Entegrus powers up Butterfly Build effort

Kevin Owen, chair of the Children’s Treatment Centre Foundation, left, and Jim Hogan, president & CEO of Entegrus celebrate a $200,000 donation by Entegrus to the centre’s Butterfly Build Campaign.

Entegrus flipped the switch on fundraising, donating $200,000 recently to the effort underway to build a new Children’s Treatment Centre.

“Entegrus takes great pride in its support for the Children’s Treatment Centre,” noted Jim Hogan, president and CEO of Entegrus, in a media release. “It is both our honor and privilege to be a long-time supporter. We are grateful to be able to contribute $200,000 towards their campaign to help ensure the centre’s ever-growing needs are met with the support they deserve.”

The Chatham-Kent Children’s Treatment Centre’s Butterfly Build Campaign is an initiative aimed at developing a new and improved 50,000-square-foot facility to meet the growing needs of the community. The Entegrus donation brings the Centre closer to its $10,000,000 goal.

“Entegrus goes beyond providing electricity,” said Kevin Owen, chair of the Children’s Treatment Centre Foundation. “The company also brings about positive change. Without dedicated donors such as Entegrus, this new building would remain a vision. Their support will play a crucial role in turning this vision into reality.”

Entegrus, along with its employees, have donated approximately $400,000 to local organizations and initiatives in 2023.


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