David Johnson Cane Bay Partners Co-founder Completes his second half of the $50, 000 commitment Pledge he Made to JFL Hospital in 2014
David Johnson honored his second half of the $50, 000 commitment pledge he made in December 2014 to JFL Hospital. Specifically donated to the Women’s and Children’s Division of the hospital, Mr. Johnson in his speech mentioned that he’ll continue to offer support to the hospital so that residents and visitors can have the opportunity to enjoy quality services from the hospital every time they need them. He also challenged corporate citizens or all those in position to help to join him in supporting this critical institution for the benefit of the whole community.
How the First Installment Was Used
Mr. Johnson donated the first half of the commitment in December 2014 when he pledged, a donation that would go on to renovate the facility and furnish some of the rooms. This second donation is hoped to renovate further and furnish more rooms. Thanking Mr. Johnson for his generous donation was the hospital’s Chief Nursing Officer, Ms. Justa Encarnacion.
“JFL and I would like to thank Mr. Johnson for his continued support of the Women’s and Children’s division of the hospital,” said Ms. Encarnacion.
“The last donation he made sparked a new life on both the staff and OB/GYN physicians.”
Tour Around the Renovated Rooms
This would be followed by Mr. Johnson, his family, JFL executives, and members of the press being given a tour all around the renovated rooms. The acting CEO of the hospital, Dr. Ken Okolo would go on to add that it’s David Johnson’s support that has enabled the hospital to keep up with its mission of attending to the health needs of everyone in the community. In quick highlights, records show that Sampson House did the furnishing- a Christiansted-based decor company that chose the design for its aesthetic appeal and durability.
About David Johnson
David Johnson Cane Bay is a renowned business person in Christiansted, who took a jump into the business world after completing his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the University of West Georgia. He would, later on, join Georgia State University for an MBA in CIS (Computer Information System), an educational background that would allow him to serve many business positions including Project Administrator at Earth Tech and Vice President of the TranDotCom Solutions before co-founding Cane Bay Partners.