SeneGence Continues Its Giving Ways

Jul 19, 2021
By DSJ Staff

Under the leadership of CEO and Founder Joni Rogers-Kante, SeneGence announced their continued support for hospitals and non-profits across the country. 

The company’s nonprofit organization, The Make Sense Foundation®, regularly raises and contributes funds for women and children in need as part of the plan to give back to the global community.

“SeneGence is strengthening our philanthropic support to hospitals and front-line workers, as well as charities that benefit women and children with product and cash donations through The Make Sense Foundation,” explains Rogers-Kante.

Facilities and organizations receiving recent donations have included Intermountain Medical, Tampa General Hospital, Oak Hill Hospital, CUMC Bergan Mercy, Kearney Regional, St. Rose Dominican Hospital, Family Crisis Center, Allegheny Health Network, St. Joseph Hospital, Mercy Regional Medical Center, Los Angeles Police Department, Ronald McDonald House, OK Kids Korral, and many others.

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“Many thanks to SeneGence for its generous gifts to our caregivers through Intermountain Healthcare’s Rapid Response Fund,” said David L. Flood, President of Intermountain Foundation, which oversees fundraising programs for the Intermountain Healthcare system. “SeneGence’s act of kindness is greatly appreciated by our entire team as well as our frontline caregivers, who continue to work tirelessly to keep our community safe and healthy.”

Over the past few months, SeneGence has also been supporting OK Kids Korral, a home for children battling cancer that was opened by the Toby Keith Foundation in 2014.  “I want to thank The Make Sense Foundation, SeneGence, and Joni Rogers-Kante for the great gift to the Toby Keith Foundation,” said Keith. See his thank-you video below.

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