FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Disease Control Technologies to Donate 5,000 Royal Sentry® LLINs in Honor or World Malaria Day 2012
Greer, South Carolina – April 24, 2012 – Disease Control Technologies, LLC (DCT) is pleased to announce that in honor of World Malaria Day 2012, the company will be donating 5,000 Royal Sentry® brand long lasting insecticide treated nets (LLINs) to small non-profit organizations, and mission project teams, whose volunteer work is focused on malaria endemic communities.
DCT has already selected to partner with Carolina Honduras Health Foundation (CHHF), whose volunteer teams provide medical, dental and vision care to the people of the Limón region of Honduras, and Inda Cares, a non-profit organization dedicated to improving lives and empowering individuals in Angola, Africa.
DCT has committed to donate seven-hundred and fifty Royal Sentry® LLINs to CHHF and two-hundred to Inda Cares, and is currently seeking other non-profit volunteer organizations with which to partner during this years “Sustain Gains, Save Lives: Invest in Malaria” campaign.
Please visit www.diseasecontroltechnologies.com/giving-back or contact the company directly to submit your request for donation.
“DCT is excited to now be in a position that it can start giving back to the world’s malaria community,” says DCT’s Managing Director, Andy Butenhoff. “As a small company ourselves, it is energizing to see the life changing impact our volunteer partner’s work and support has on the communities in which they operate.”
Disease Control Technologies, LLC specializes in the development, manufacture, and distribution of vector-borne disease control textiles. The company’s products are designed to cost effectively provide superior long-lasting protection to the world’s most vulnerable population from diseases such as African Trypanosomiasis (sleeping sickness), Chagas disease, Dengue, Leishmaniasis, Lymphatic Filariasis (Elephantiatis), and Malaria.
Disease Control Technologies, LLC
419 The Parkway, #120
Greer, SC 29650
+1 864 901 0107
Tue, April 24, 2012
by David Garrison filed under