BitCare Donates 20,000 Masks To FWISD, Promises More to Come
Fort Worth ISD kicked off its first week of in-person classes with additional PPE, thanks to a generous donation.
Officials with BitCare, a Dallas-based biotech company, recently donated 20,000 disposable masks to Fort Worth ISD with the promise of future mask donations. The generous donation was received by Assistant Superintendent of Student Support Services Michael Steinert; Director of Family and Community Resources Ottis Goodwin; and Director of Community and Strategic Partnerships, Peg Murphy.
BitCare is positioning itself to be at the forefront of preventative action for current and future cycles of COVID-19 for school districts and communities.
“We can all mitigate the risk of the COVID-19 and the consequences through proactive efforts and mindful precautionary action,” said Bitcare Vice President of Strategic Alliances Russell Lopez. “I have close family members that attend schools in Fort Worth, and I felt this would be a meaningful and genuine service to the FWISD community.”
BitCare CEO Ric Kolluri added “We believe everyone should do their part to help communities in any way possible, and we are dedicated to helping schools and communities throughout Texas.”