Western Technical College (WTC) Donates $250,000 to Name El Paso Children’s Hospital’s Rehabilitative Gymnasium
February 11, 2020
El Paso, Texas (February 10, 2020)- In conjunction with its 50th year in business, Western Technical College (WTC) is donating $250,000 to name El Paso Children’s Hospital’s Rehabilitative Gymnasium as “The Western Tech Rehabilitative Gymnasium”. El Paso Children’s Hospital will benefit in an increase in pediatric service lines within the region. The Unveiling will be held on Tuesday, Feb. 11 from 11 am to 11:30 am in the shared Hospital Lobby at 4815 Alameda Avenue.
“We are honored and pleased to have entered into a collaborative agreement with the El Paso Children’s Hospital in El Paso, Texas,” said Brad Kuykendall, Western Technical College’s CEO and 4th Generation Owner. “As WTC celebrates its 50th year in business, we will continue to conduct Outreach programs in our community to help make a difference. We are proud sponsors of the new Western Technical College Rehabilitative Center and invite our community to support this endeavor.”
“We celebrate Western Technical College’s 50 years in the Borderland and are grateful for its commitment to continue reinforcing El Paso Children’s Hospital already strong presence in our community,” said Estela Casas, El Paso Children’s Hospital’s Foundation Executive Director. “We humbly accept your gift of $250,000.00 to name the El Paso Children’s Rehabilitation Gym as the Western Tech Rehabilitative Gymnasium. Your generous donation will help in the strategic growth of El Paso Children’s Hospital. We thank you for helping ensure our young patients don’t have to leave home to receive medical care elsewhere. Your gift reinforces our mission to heal, serve and educate our community.”