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Twin Boro Physical Therapy Thanksgiving Food Drive

 

Thanksgiving is a time of giving thanks for what we have and sharing with those less fortunate. This year, it is even more so than in recent years as the devastation of Hurricane Sandy has left many families in our communities without their homes and belongings. Many families lost everything! Twin Boro Physical Therapy has been entrenched in many of these hard hit communities along the Jersey Shore, from Toms River down to Atlantic City. Many families are struggling and need our help.

We are launching a “Thanksgiving Food Drive” to help those who have been impacted. We are asking our current and previous patients, employees and anyone within our communities to donate non-perishable food and canned goods for Thanksgiving, which can be dropped off at any of our 19 locations throughout New Jersey.

We will be supporting and delivering the Food Drive proceeds to:
Food Bank of Monmouth and Ocean Counties
3300 New Jersey 66
Neptune Township, NJ 07753
www.Foodbankmoc.org

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What: “Thanksgiving Food Drive” We will be accepting all non-perishable goods at any of our 19 locations beginning on Tuesday, November 13th.   We will be delivering to the Food Bank on Tuesday, November 20th.

How do I help: Go to any of our 19 locations. Simply leave your donations with one of our Twin Boro Team Members.

When: Tuesday, November 13th – Tuesday, November 20th.

Where: Any of our 19 Locations. Find a location near you here.

www.TwinBoro.com

 

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