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Phoenix-area Republic West Remodeling helped out with a charity remodeling project for TGen's Center for Rare Childhood Disorders Clinic, involving some of the company's materials and labor in the construction of a new play area at the Center.
"The play area is the heart of the clinic and we are so thankful for Republic West for contributing to this cause," said TGen's assistant development director Robyn Nebrich. "They did all the work required to take the clinic from an ordinary doctor's office to a place where children can have fun and parents can feel at home."
The Clinic is currently under construction with a grand opening date set for Oct. 15, 2013.
TGen, or Translational Genomics Research Institute, is a non-profit research organization specializing in new treatments, therapies and cures for children with rare disorders.