Ty Windfeldt, Hometown Health CEO and Renown Health Senior Vice President, was recently awarded the National Service to Youth Award from the Boys and Girls Club of the Truckee Meadows.
This award is for Boys and Girls Club board members, employees of volunteers who have attained five or more years of devoted full- or part-time service to the organization. Ty has been working with the Boys and Girls Club for about 15 years.
Throughout the years, Ty has been in numerous committee chair positions on the Boys and Girls Club executive board and is currently serving as its board president.
“Ty has also played an instrumental role in philanthropically aligning the Club with both Renown and Hometown Health, and by supporting us through special events, providing nearly 3,000 sweatshirts to deserving kids in northern Nevada over the past 10 years,” said Mike Wurm, Executive Director of the Boys and Girls Club of the Truckee Meadows. “He also made significant contributions to the recent remodel of the Donald L. Carano Facility on Bresson Avenue.”