West Shore Home® and MITER Brands’ Giving Thanks Campaign Raises $100,000 for Four Diamonds

Each year, thousands of children in the U.S. are diagnosed with some form of cancer. It’s news no parent ever wants to hear. At the top of their mind is getting their child the best possible care they can to beat it, but medical treatment can be costly.

That’s where Four Diamonds plays a vital role. Since 1972, the charity has been committed to covering 100% of out-of-pocket medical costs for Four Diamonds families to help conquer childhood cancer with world-class care at Penn State Health Children’s Hospital.

West Shore Home® and MI Windows and Doors by MITER Brands™ have joined together as Partners in the Fight™. Through their Giving Thanks campaign, the companies collectively raised $100,000 to donate to Four Diamonds.

“The research and patient support that Four Diamonds provides is critical in the fight against childhood cancer,” said B.J. Werzyn, Founder and CEO, West Shore Home. “Partnering with MI Windows and Doors in our successful Giving Thanks campaign is something we are very proud of. Together, we stand behind the Four Diamonds mission that ensures all children facing cancer receive the care they deserve.”

“MI Windows and Doors and the MITER Foundation continue to be a proud supporter of Four Diamonds in their mission of conquering childhood cancer” said Matt DeSoto, CEO, MITER Brands. “Children are our future, and partnering with organizations like Four Diamonds allows us to do our part in improving the outcomes and quality of life for children fighting cancer.”

Alongside their donation, West Shore Home also gifted footballs signed by Penn State star Nick Singleton, as well as top NFL Draft prospects

Olu Fashanu and Chop Robinson to children receiving care at the hospital.

This is the second consecutive year the Pennsylvania-based home remodeling companies have teamed up to support Four Diamonds. Through these specific efforts, they have contributed a total of $200,000 to the philanthropy.

“We are so grateful to West Shore Home and MI Windows and Doors for being our Partners in the Fight to conquer childhood cancer,” said Suzanne Graney, Executive Director of Four Diamonds. “Their generosity helps us to serve the needs of Four Diamonds children who are fighting cancer now and search for new pathways to treat cancer to benefit children worldwide.”

Four Diamonds supports a robust pediatric cancer research program led by world renowned physicians and scientists at Penn State Health Children’s Hospital and Penn State College of Medicine, which is dedicated to seeking improved treatments and cures for childhood cancer to benefit kids in our community and around the world.