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iAcquire Employee Plays Superhero at Phoenix Children’s Hospital

We’re devoted to making systems work, online and in our communities. We’re committed to finding charitable organizations who are doing great work, and lending a hand however we can -- whether through outreach efforts, charitable giving, or volunteerism. From our beginnings in 2009, the foundation of our company remains unchanged: a commitment to clients, employees, and our community.

Phoenix Children’s Hospital has helped countless children though the medical crisis they faced with the special attention and care that only a hospital dedicated to children can provide. It has provided hope, healing and the best healthcare for children and families since 1983 and this year’s “superhero day” for its patients is no different.

iAcquire employee Scott Gladstein, and the group Justice League Arizona, were invited to the Phoenix Children’s Hospital on March 24th to bring smiles to the faces of the children there.

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Scott, dressed as Aquaman, visited the ICU and Pediatric ICU while other members of the League visited dozens of other sick children. Members dressed as superheroes like Batman, Superman, Batgirl, Green Arrow, Spiderman, and Green Lantern meet and spoke with children who were recovering in the hospital both in their rooms and in the Zone children’s center. Toys and comics, donated by various local charities and stores, were given to the patients during the hours the heroes were there.

Justice League Arizona is a non-profit Charity Costuming Group who helps raise funds for local charities by making donations, costumed appearances for charitable events, and bringing awareness to child-related causes. The organization in the past has worked with The American Cancer Society, Relay For Life, the Children’s Miracle Network (UMC/TMC), and Kids Need to Read, amongst others.

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Thank you, Scott, for your charitable service! Stay tuned for more ways iAcquire Cares as we chronicle the charitable deeds of our employees or collective office.

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