PDC Hosts 9th Annual Brady Walk for Community to Raise Money for Local Charities

Proceeds donated to Michael Hoefflin Foundation, Children's Hospital Los Angeles, and other charities across the US.

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PDC joined the other Brady Corporation locations around the U.S. for the Annual Brady Walk for Community event to benefit local charities. On May 23, 2019, PDC’s employees in Billerica, Massachusetts, Manheim, Pennsylvania, Valencia, California and Port Orange, Florida laced up their sneakers and walked laps for a total $20,370 donated by Brady Corporation to The Michael Hoefflin Foundation, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles,  The PA Wounded Warriors and The Joseph Middlemiss Big Heart Foundation and a mini-grant was donated to Aaron’s Acres. Employees also donated over 580 pounds of food and toiletries to local food banks, including SCV Food Pantry.

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Leona Chavez
Leona Chavez is Marketing Communications Manager at PDC and has a passion for sharing stories about how her colleagues are superheroes, helping hospital clients solve everyday challenges that impact patient safety. She has over twenty years of healthcare experience, having worked at a hospital in patient access and at PDC since 1999. Leona has a marketing degree from College of the Canyons. She values people and relationships, and is the queen of timely one-liners. In her free time, you’ll always find Leona with her husband and daughter—often enjoying a day at the lake or at one of So Cal’s fabulous beaches. She is perpetually curious and enjoys learning about new things, even if it leads to lost sleep and wasted hours researching obscure topics.

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