Jess Parrish Medical Foundation recently held a recognition ceremony to
thank Zumpano Patricios & Winker P.A. (ZP&W) for their signature
gift of more than $100,000 toward various healing projects focused on
Over six years ago, ZP&W made their first donation to The Children’s
Center and have continued supporting this program and many others to provide
brighter futures for the next generation. Because of their gifts, children
with and without special needs are receiving services so they can be more
successful in school.
ZP&W was a major contributor to the Boy Scout Community House renovations
in Mims, FL. Thanks to them, the Scouts now have a safe, healing environment
to learn and grow through a program that builds character, trains Scouts
in the responsibilities of participating citizenship, and develops personal fitness.
Not only has ZP&W supported our children and Boy Scouts, but they have
also supported our young teens through a program called Sources of Strength,
which teaches teens to identify strengths in their lives and how they
can use those in times of need.
Through a combination of passion and compassion, ZP&W is making the
lives of children and families in our community better, stronger and healthier.
Their hearts led them to reach out to help others and it’s truly
an inspiration to all. During the ceremony, they were recognized with
a signature glass tile on the Pillar of Honor at Parrish Medical Center
which honors them for their generosity and commitment to providing healing
experiences and inspiring each of us to make our world a better place.
“It has been an honor to work directly with ZP&W, and see their
passion for children and youth through their generosity,” said Misty
Wilson, director of Jess Parrish Medical Foundation. “When I look
at their signature tile, it represents all the youth in our community
served and not passed by; children with special needs and those without;
Scouts that have a brighter future; and our teens that are relying on
their strengths in times of need.”
If you would like to learn more about how you can make a difference, please
call Jess Parrish Medical Foundation at 321-269-4066 or visit parrishmedfoundation.com
for more information.