Tampa Leads and Philanthropy gives check, a Hoyer Lift, and remolded bathroom at MINI of Wesley Chapel

Wednesday, May 09, 2012 | On Target Page: Greater Pasco County, Wesley Chapel, Business, Wesley Chapel Community Events

MINI of Wesley Chapel hosted a charitable presentation in honor of Jay Nichols. Tampa Leads and Philanthropy (TLP) will be administering a check to the hospital that is administering Jay’s chemotherapy treatments. In addition, TLP presented the Seeton family with a Hoyer Lift, an addition to their remolded bathroom. Jay Nichols and the Seeton family was in attendance.

“We are proud to host this presentation, as it is for a fantastic cause,” stated Malcom Cheek, General Manager of MINI of Wesley Chapel. “MINI of Wesley Chapel is new to the community as is Tampa Leads and Philanthropy and I cannot think of a better way to celebrate this gift to Jay. Involvement in the community will be a trend for our dealership.”

Jay Nichols has a Glioblastoma, grade 4. Generally, people with this terrible illness will live between 4 months and 14 months. Jay is doing far better than ever expected, but nonetheless is still fighting for his life. Saturday, March 24th, Tampa Leads and Philanthropy (TLP) hosted a clay shoot at Tampa Bay Sporting Clays. The shoot was to benefit Jay Nichols by raising the money needed to pay toward his chemotherapy treatment. This money was presented in the form of a check at MINI of Wesley Chapel.

Secondarily, TLP raised the money to complete at bathroom remodel for the Seeton family. The Seeton Family needed a handicap accessible bathroom for their seven year old child, Devlin with cerebral palsy. Unfortunately the Seeton family couldn’t find the assistance to modify their bathroom. However, TLP was able to raise the funds needed to remodel the bathroom and provide the family with the proper equipment needed. The Hoyer lift will aid in the functionality of the remodeled bathroom, this was presented at MINI of Wesley Chapel to the Seeton family.

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