Quota International of Kent Valley delivers $10,000 pledge to Dynamic Partners and Children’s Therapy Center. Children with special needs in Kent, Burien and surrounding areas are benefiting from this donation. With the success of their annual dinner auction in November, Quota International of Kent Valley recently presented a check for $10,000 to Dynamic Partners, fulfilling a pledge made last March. The monies will be used for a new multi-service center, serving the greater Highline area through a centrally-located building in Burien, Washington. This new center will bring additional physical, occupational, and speech language therapy; home-based early intervention; specialized education; custom orthotics; and compression garments to local families. This fulfilled pledge continues the 20 year relationship Quota has had with Dynamics Partners and Children’s Therapy Center. In the past, Quota has supported the expansion of Children’s Therapy Center with both the Kent and Tacoma facilities. “We are proud to support the work that Dynamic Partners does for children with special needs,” says Pam Clark, President, Quota International of Kent Valley. “We have had a long partnership with Dynamic Partners and Children’s Therapy Center which is continued with this most recent and largest donation to date.” Once again, Quota International of Kent Valley has recognized the need to support our community’s most fragile citizens – children with special needs – by providing financial support. “Although this may be a difficult economic climate, we cannot ignore the large and growing unmet need for our services in Southwest King County. We greatly appreciate that Quota has recognized this need and made an early contribution towards helping us in Burien,” says Jon Botten, CEO, Dynamic Partners.
Entered by:Sarah Cunningham