Honda Helps with Hurricane Ida Recovery Efforts
When Hurricane Ida hit earlier this year, Honda wanted to help the community. The category 4 hurricane was one of the strongest storms to make landfall in Louisiana and left hundreds of thousands of residents without power for weeks. Among those residents were Children’s Hospital New Orleans team members. To help them with their personal recovery efforts so they could continue to provide expert care for their patients, Honda donated nearly 100 generators to the hospital.
Children’s Hospital has worked diligently to support hundreds of team members who have been directly affected by Hurricane Ida. Honda’s donation helped hospital staff in the city’s hardest hit parishes who were without power.
“The donation was so generous, we should even have some [generators] left over and on hand for the next storm that hits our region,” said Adam Eversole, director of development, Children’s Hospital.
Children’s Hospital New Orleans is a 222-bed, non-profit academic pediatric medical center that offers comprehensive healthcare services, delivered just for children. With more than 400 physicians trained in more than 40 pediatric sub-specialties, Children’s Hospital offers a comprehensive array of pediatric healthcare services in Louisiana and the Gulf South. Learn more at www.chnola.org.