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Hill & Markes Donates to Ellis Hospital’s Cancer Treatment Programs



Hill & Markes, a family-owned wholesale distributor, is donating a portion of their breast cancer facemask sales to Ellis Hospital for Breast Cancer Awareness month. Hill & Markes presented a monetary donation for $1,500 to Ellis Hospital in collaboration with vendor partner Maxwell-McKenney.

“Hill & Markes is pleased to partner with Maxwell McKinney in providing a donation to Ellis Hospital and its cancer treatment programs,” said Jason Packer, CEO of Hill & Markes. “Ellis Hospital is such an important healthcare center in our community. Our family and company feel fortunate to be able to support its incredible work.”

Hill & Markes is committed to raising awareness and championing important causes. They are motivated to support Ellis Hospital and other Breast Cancer Awareness foundations, and hope to make a difference in the lives of those affected.

“Ellis Medicine is fortunate to have wonderful community partners, like Hill & Markes. This generous donation and kind gesture will benefit our patients who are battling cancer.  We are grateful for the Hill & Markes team for this wonderful gesture and sign of support for not just Ellis, but our patients as well,” said Marcy Steiner, Vice President and Executive Director for The Foundation for Ellis Medicine.

Giving back to the community is important to the Hill & Markes mission and remains a core pillar of the company.

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