Grover Corlew Delivers $2,500 in Gifts to Children with Special Healthcare Needs at Children’s Diagnostic & Treatment Center (CDTC)

The South Florida-based real estate investment group, Grover Corlew, brightened the holidays for special needs children being treated at Children’s Diagnostic & Treatment Center (CDTC) by helping to fill the CDTC’s Holiday Toy Shop with $2,500 in gifts for children of all ages.

“Grover Corlew is wholeheartedly committed to supporting kids in our South Florida communities,” said Partner Anuj Grover. “The work they do at CDTC, the comprehensive health care they provide, is life-changing for the more than 10,000 children and families they serve each year.”

(L-R) Ana Calderon Randazzo, Ph.D., executive director of Children’s Diagnostic & Treatment Center (CDTC), with Anuj Grover (left) and Mark Corlew of Grover Corlew. The Grover Corlew team donated $2,500 in holiday gifts to children with special healthcare needs treated CDTC.

Anuh Grover and Mark Corlew, along with members of their staff, delivered toys for kids of all ages including everything from crib toys and tonka trucks to books to LEGOS and sports equipment. In addition to CDTC, Grover Corlew regularly helps underserved children and families, supporting Broward Education Foundation, Florence Fuller Child Development Centers, Boys & Girls Clubs of Broward County and Pompano Beach Elementary School.

“South Florida is our home and it’s also where we do business, so we take great interest in doing what we can to support our local communities and help families thrive,” noted Partner Corlew. “The holidays can be difficult for those children and families who are struggling, particularly with health issues. We hope this donation brings smiles and joy to the CDTC families this holiday season.”

Children’s Diagnostic & Treatment Center (CDTC) is a not-for-profit that serves more than 10,000 clients with special healthcare needs in Broward County annually. As a facility of Broward Health, CDTC’s mission is to promote the optimal health and well-being of children with special healthcare needs by providing comprehensive prevention, intervention, and treatment services.