Tampa, FL: Today, KeriCure™ Inc (KeriCure), a Tampa based liquid bandage company specializing in a new HydroShieldTM Technology developed at the University of South Florida, announced that they have donated over $2,000 worth of product for the first quarter of 2014. The recipients of the donations include Joshua House of Tampa Bay, a safe haven home for the abused, neglected and abandoned children in the area, as well as, The Spring of Tampa Bay and Are You Safe, both of which are programs for women who are victims of domestic abuse.
Of the company’s recent donations. KeriCure Founder, Chairman and CEO Dr. Kerriann Greenhalgh commented, “”As part of KeriCure’s mission to help keep people safe from infections, we were especially honored to be able to donate our products to these critical organizations that are dedicated to helping individuals who are in difficult situations and providing them with shelter and protection. Being a Tampa local, I personally know how important these organizations have been to our community, and it means so much to me to be able to help them in any way I can. Knowing that the products we have donated are already having an impact on the lives of the individuals there affirms that we are on the right path with our products and our mission.”
KeriCure intends to continue to contribute to local Tampa Bay area charities throughout the year.
About KeriCure: KeriCure is woman owned company founded in 2011 in Florida. KeriCure was formed to bring a novel polymer technology to market in the form of highly effective topical wound care products. In 2013 KeriCure’s Skin Protectant and Natural Seal products hit the shelves in retail stores across five US states and Puerto Rico. Two animal products have recently been released for purchase, KeriCure’s Tough Seal for use with dogs and cats, and KeriCure’s Champion Seal for equine injuries.