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FINFROCK Joins The Howard Phillips Center as a Community Partner

FINFROCK, founded in 1945, is an independently owned design-builder with corporate offices in Central Florida. With in-house teams of architects and engineers, along with manufacturing and construction professionals, the company has built hundreds of construction projects for leading organizations throughout Florida and nationally, including parking garages, student housing, hospitality, multi-family housing and more.

Beyond luxury apartments and parking garages, FINFROCK is building more than just concrete structures – but helping to build a better community.

Although the Central Florida area contains a vibrant set of neighborhoods, there are still children and families in the region that face challenges such as child abuse, developmental disabilities, and lack of access to medical care. These challenges have become even more intense as families deal with loss of income, food insecurity and healthcare challenges related to COVID-19.

Executive Vice President, Dan Helmick, and the entire FINFROCK team recognize these challenges and have partnered with The Howard Phillips Center for Children & Families, a part of Orlando Health’s Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children, to provide financial support and resources so community members do not have to face these overwhelming difficulties alone.

“We are thrilled to continue our partnership with Orlando Health and contribute to the overall mission of The Howard Phillips Center. The Howard Phillips Center is an essential part of this community and provides exceptional support to children and families in need. We are grateful for the opportunity to contribute to the success of this organization and to see their continued impact on the lives they touch.”

Because all children deserve to be safe, healthy, and supported, FINFROCK has joined alongside The Howard Phillips Center to advocate for at-risk children and families and provide a support system for those in need.

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