PQMD Honored with HHI’s Heart for Humanity Award
Annapolis, MD. – June 9, 2021 – The Partnership for Quality Medical Donations (PQMD), is proud to announce that we have been chosen as the honored recipient of Heart to Heart International’s 2021 Heart for Humanity Award.
“We applaud PQMD’s outstanding collaborative efforts and achievements working toward your vision of ‘A world in which there is universal access to health and wellbeing’. Your commitment and dedication to increase access to quality health care has had an immeasurable impact on the people of the world,” says HHI Chief Executive Officer, Kim Carroll.
The Heart for Humanity Award is awarded annually to an individual or group in recognition of an enduring commitment and extraordinary service or leadership toward improving health access to people around the globe. The HHI Awards Committee recognizes PQMD as a unique alliance of global non-profit and corporate organizations committed to bringing measurable health impact to under-served and vulnerable people through active engagement with global partners and local communities.
“We are thrilled to accept this honor on behalf of our amazing network of members,” says EJ Ashbourne, Executive Director of PQMD. “The collective work of our members to provide aid to those in need and support more resilient and sustainable resources for quality healthcare worldwide inspires us daily. We are so pleased to have that work celebrated with this recognition from one of our very own treasured member organizations.”
The Heart for Humanity Award will be presented on October 9, 2021 in Kansas City at “Applause”, HHI’s annual fundraising event celebrating and benefiting their mission.
The Partnership for Quality Medical Donations (PQMD) is a unique alliance of non-profit and corporate organizations committed to bringing measurable health impact to under-served and vulnerable people through active engagement with global partners and local communities. Our strategy is guided by our five integrated pillars of work: Donation Guidelines, Humanitarian Assistance, Disaster Response, Health Systems Strengthening, and Knowledge & Innovation. To learn more, visit www.pqmd.org.