Columbus Care Admin Starts GoFundMe Page

Columbus Care Admin Starts GoFundMe Page
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COLUMBUS – An admin for Columbus Care and Rehab has started a GoFundMe page, to help pay the center’s employees.

Columbus Care and Rehab was one of several centers across the state placed on receivership, after the owning corporation, Skyline Healthcare, was unable to pay it’s employees.

The GoFundMe page’s creator is listed as Nicholas Mann, who is also listed as the Administrator for Columbus Care and Rehabilitation Center by the DHHS.

The page says the receivership is covering paychecks for the employees moving forward, but says the paychecks that have been missed have not been reimbursed. The page says it’s goal is to help cover employee expenses for food, gas, diapers, rent, and utilities.

$345 was raised as of 10:45 a.m. Thursday, with a total goal of $147,000.

You can see the page by clicking here.