Florida Hospital Altamonte gives Seminole County Sheriff's Office Foundation big shot in the arm with $5,000 check

We are pleased to announce that Florida Hospital Altamonte recently presented a gift of $5,000.00 to support the SCSO Community Foundation. The Community Foundation supports programming and events throughout the community such as our Shop with the Sheriff, Christmas Village, and Daily Difference. Pictured with Sheriff Lemma is Florida Hospital’s Senior Executive Officer, Doug Harcombe, Florida Hospital Altamonte’s VP of Operations, Pierre Monice, and SCSO Community Relations Administrator, Bryan Beyer. We are grateful for the support Florida Hospital provides us and extending our mission through the foundation. To learn more visit SeminoleSheriff.org or email Foundation@seminolesheriff.org.

Seminole County Sheriff Dennis Lemma was all smiles in the stereotypical grip-and-grin photo opp with Florida Hospital Altamonte execs. After all, a gift of $5,000 from the hospital is  a major shot in the arm in funding the SCSO's Community Foundation programs. The partnership between law enforcement and the hospital's standing as a major health provider well beyond the borders of Altamonte Springs can't be emphasized enough.

"We are pleased to announce that Florida Hospital Altamonte recently presented a gift of $5,000.00 to support the SCSO Community Foundation," 

 The Community Foundation supports programming and events throughout the community such as our Shop with the Sheriff, Christmas Village and Daily Difference."Lemma will always flash the pearly whites when he can find outside revenue streams that allow him to ensure taxpayer monies are dedicated to the law enfotrcement agency's core public safety mission: To serve and protect. And with partners like Florida Hosdpital Altamonte, the foundation's programs can build on community needs that can help with quality of life issues that can help people the poor and vulnerable citizens.

 

 

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