Thomas J. Henry Partners with Local Embroiderer to Provide 1,000 Handmade Fabric Masks to San Antonio Medical Centers and Organizations
SAN ANTONIO, TX (April 9, 2020) – San Antonio attorney and philanthropist Thomas J. Henry has partnered with a local embroiderer to manufacture and distribute 1,000 handmade fabric masks to six San Antonio medical facilities and organizations.
Thomas J. Henry initiated the partnership to help combat shortages of medical masks and other essential supplies amid COVID-19. Medical masks are paramount in the nation’s attempts to stop the spread of COVID-19 and protect those on the frontlines as they continue to treat patients and protect at-risk individuals.
“We cannot do enough to show our appreciation and support for those on the frontlines in the fight against COVID-19,” said Thomas J. Henry. “I sincerely hope our contribution will help reduce some of the risks these heroes face as they continue to take care of our sick and those in need.”
As part of the initiative, Thomas J. Henry provided fabric masks to:
- Alamo Area Home Care Council
- Aurora Cancer Center
- Family Violence Prevention Services – The Battered Women and Children’s Shelter
- Food Bank of San Antonio
- Mays Cancer Center (UT Health SA)
- Promotion Physical Therapy
“COVID-19 affects all of us, and it is going to take a united effort to reduce and eliminate the spread of this disease,” said Thomas J. Henry.
“As we follow recommendations and guidelines put forth by medical experts, we should also consider what we can do as individuals and community members to aid our healthcare workers and healthcare professionals in their fight against the virus.”
“We are in this together,” Thomas J. Henry added. “Locally, nationally, and globally, we are all part of the solution to COVID-19.”
About Thomas J. Henry
Thomas J. Henry is the founder and owner of Thomas J. Henry Law, one of the nation’s leading personal injury firms. For over 25 years, his firm has fought to secure justice and compensation for individuals who have lost loved ones due to the negligence of others and to prevent similar instances of wrongful death from occurring again.
Over the years Thomas J. Henry Law has built a reputation as a firm that gets results. Recent verdicts include:
- $50 Million for a Trucking Accident Resulting in Wrongful Death (Expenses: $1,126,381 | Attorney’s Fees: $21,000,000 | Net to Client: $27,000,000)
- $35 Million for a Trucking Accident Resulting in Wrongful Death (Expenses: $100,000.00 | Attorney’s Fees: $12,750,000.00 | Net to Client: $22,150,000.00)
- $30.2 Million for an Accident Involving a Recalled Vehicle Resulting in Spinal Cord and Back Injuries (Expenses: $39,576.15 | Attorney’s Fees: $10,060,980.00 | Net to Client: $20,121,960.57)
- $12.7 Million for a Medical Malpractice Resulting in Spinal Cord and Back Injuries (Expenses: $300.000.00 | Attorney’s Fees: $2,000,000.00 | Net to Client: $10.4 Million – Purchase of Lifetime Annuity)
- $10.9 Million for Medical Malpractice Resulting in Spinal Cord and Back Injuries (Expenses: $300,000.00 | Attorney’s Fees: $3,200,000.00 | Net to Client: $4,029,762.00 – Purchase of Lifetime Annuity)
- $10 Million for a Company Vehicle Accident Resulting in Spinal Cord and Back Injuries (Expenses: $125,000.00 | Attorney’s Fees: $4,250,000.00 | Net to Client: $5,625,000.00)
Outside of his work as an attorney, Thomas J. Henry is recognized as a generous philanthropist who is committed to helping those in need.
Thomas J. Henry is a loyal contributor to a number of causes, including the American Cancer Society, American Heart Association, American Red Cross, and the Special Olympics. Every October, the firm hosts “Bark in the Park,” a community event that raises thousands of dollars for local pet charities. Each November, the Thomas J. Henry Turkey Giveaway provides Thanksgiving turkeys to thousands of families in Texas. For two decades, Thomas J. Henry has helped families in need, the sick, the poor, and the disabled have Thanksgiving dinner.
In 2019, Thomas J. Henry organized and hosted Austin Elevates, a one of a kind event that brought together artists (such as Alec Monopoly) and musical acts (including Kygo, Daddy Yankee and Da Baby) to benefit local not-for-profit organizations including SAFE Alliance, Superhero Kids and the St. David’s Foundation Community Fund. The two-day event was funded by Thomas J. Henry and free for the public to attend.
Most recently, Thomas J. Henry partnered with other corporate entities in response to a series of catastrophic earthquakes that devastated the southwestern part of Puerto Rico. Thomas J. Henry quickly purchased 200 large tents, each able to hold 20 to 30 people, and dispatched them to affected areas of the island where they served as classrooms for children across all grade levels. These tents not only provided the children with a place to learn, but also a safe environment in which to spend their days as their parents and guardians navigated the complexities of the natural disaster.
Thomas J. Henry and his firm are committed to the well-being of their local and global communities and remain actively engaged in philanthropy programs supporting causes related to poverty, veterans, national disaster relief, education, animals, and the arts.