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Clore Automotive announces new strategic partnership with Children’s Mercy Hospital

Clore will support a wide variety of initiatives, the most prominent of which is reducing barriers in pediatric healthcare

Overland Park, Kan.—Clore Automotive has announced a new strategic partnership with Children’s Mercy Hospital System in Kansas City.

“We have been working with Children’s Mercy for several years, supporting various initiatives they had underway,” said Jim O’Hara of Clore Automotive. “Our most prominent involvement was when we partnered with Aristocrat Motors and the Eric Berry Foundation to support Children’s Mercy’s Stock the Shoppe initiative to support kids who, due to their health circumstances, had to spend the holidays in the hospital.”

O’Hara added, “The more we teamed up with the folks at Children’s Mercy and saw the great work that they do for kids who face difficult health situations, the more we wanted to get further involved. So, for 2022 and beyond, we developed a strategic partnership with them to support a wide variety of initiatives, the most prominent of which is their Center for Community Connections, which works to ‘reduce barriers to accessing and engaging in pediatric healthcare.’

“This takes many forms, but can involve such things as helping patient families with food assistance, diapers, personal hygiene products, legal services and more. The Center is totally in keeping with Children’s Mercy’s mission to ‘transform the health, well-being and potential of children, with unwavering compassion for those most vulnerable.

“We are humbled an honored to play a small part in supporting the great work they do.”

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