MONMOUTH COUNTY, NJ:  The patients of Integrated Medicine Alliance Primary Care and Urgent Care Centers, (IMA) donated over $3,000 in non-perishable food, clothing and toys to  Middletown Helps Its Own this holiday season. 

Nearly 300 gift boxes generously filled with a holiday meal, new toys and clothing were delivered to local families on Saturday, December 21, in an organized joint effort by Middletown Helps Its Own volunteers, local fire departments and congregations.  Middletown Helps Its Own, for Thanksgiving and Christmas combined, delivers baskets to over 600 families. 

“The outpouring of community support for our holiday charity drive to benefit Middletown Helps Its Own, was outstanding. We are thankful to our patients and staff for their amazing generosity,” commented IMA physician; Dr. John Haddad.

Middletown Helps Its Own is an all-volunteer non-profit which provides holiday meals and presents as well as limited utility assistance to families who live in Middletown.  Middletown Helps Its Own has been providing local assistance to families in need since 1964.

For more information about IMA with 9 locations in Monmouth County, click here: IMA Primary Care and Urgent Care Centers