VNA Receives Grant from Enterprise Holdings Foundation

The Visiting Nurse Association of Somerset Hills (VNA) has received a $1,000 grant from the Enterprise Holdings Foundation to support the nonprofit home care agency’s home health, hospice and palliative care, adult day services, and community wellness programs. By bringing healthcare services into homes and onsite at community locations, The VNA of Somerset Hills helps make high quality, cost-effective healthcare accessible, and eliminates obstacles that can delay timely care, slow recovery, and an increased risk of a health emergency, even when services are not reimbursed by Medicare or any insurance.

“We are enormously grateful for the generosity of the Enterprise Holdings Foundation and its support of our mission,” said Marie Sperber, VP of Business Development & Philanthropy at the VNA of Somerset Hills. “Its grant makes it possible for the agency to continue promoting safe and independent living, assist with recovery from illness or injury, help people struggling to balance caregiving with other responsibilities, and preserve dignity for those coping with life-limiting illness.

The Enterprise Holdings Foundation is the philanthropic arm of Enterprise Holdings, which, through its independent regional subsidiaries, operates the Enterprise Rent-A-Car, National Car Rental and Alamo Rent A Car brands.

Enterprise grant to VNA

Accepting the grant check from the Enterprise Holdings Foundation are (left to right) Marie Sperber, VP of Business and Philanthropy at the VNA of Somerset Hills; Jose Jalandoni, Account Manager, Enterprise Fleet Management; and Nick Kouyialis, Vice President of Finance and Business, at the VNA of Somerset Hills. Funds will support home health, hospice and community wellness services provided to residents of Morris and Somerset counties in New Jersey.