NEW YORK, July 21, 2010-On June 29, 2010, several representatives of Mid-Atlantic Waterproofing visited the offices of Doctors Without Borders/Médecins San Frontières (MSF) to present a check in the amount of $41,000(Mid-Atlantic Waterproofing utilized a three month time period where they put aside $50 from every contract towards this fabulous cause). During their visit, they were treated to a tour of the facility where the nuts and bolts of the operation take place. “I also wanted to take this opportunity to thank your entire group for the wonderful work you do around the world. You touch so many lives and it was gratifying to be a small part of it with our donation”, said Ed Fennell, President
Over the past years, Mid-Atlantic Waterproofing has partnered with many groups such as Johns Hopkins Hospital, the USO, The United Way, The Red Cross and Catholic Relief Services on whose behalf we have worked to donate to their cause.
Mid-Atlantic Waterproofing specializes in basement waterproofing and foundation repair. Since 1965, Mid-Atlantic has served the people of Maryland, Washington D.C., Virginia, West Virginia, Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York and Connecticut. The thousands of satisfied customers over the last 45 years have made Mid-Atlantic “The Nation’s Number One Waterproofer.” FOR THE DRIEST BASEMENT IN TOWN!!!! A homeowner, realtor or property manager may gain insight to the services available at Mid-Atlantic’s website, www.basements.com or may contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Doctors Without Borders/Médecins San Frontières (MSF) delivers emergency aid in nearly 70 countries to victims of armed conflict, medical catastrophe, natural disasters, malnutrition, and neglected disease. The organization brings quality medical care to people caught in crisis regardless of race, religion, or political affiliation, and operates independently of any political, military, or religious agendas. Doctors Without Borders was the recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1999. More information at
This post was written by Jane Azzinaro