IMA Urgent Care & Primary Care Centers will be hosting their annual Thanksgiving Food Drive to benefit Middletown Helps Its Own, RAINE Foundation and Lunch Break. The food drive will run through November 17th.
IMA will be collecting non-perishable Thanksgiving Food items such as stuffing, cranberry, boxed cake mixes, canned vegetables, and gravy.
For five years, IMA has hosted their Thanksgiving Food Drive as an effort to help fight food insecurity in Monmouth County. Each of the charities chosen provide food and other assistance to Monmouth County residents.
About the charities:
Middletown Helps Its Own
Since 1964, Middletown Helps Its Own has been aiding Middletown families and is 100% volunteer driven. Middletown Helps Its Own provides food and emergency assistance to Middletown residents. Each year, the organization delivers 600 food baskets to their Middletown neighbors.
Since 2001, RAINE Foundation has positively impacted the Bayshore Community – by providing food, clothing, assistance during the holidays, and various other necessities for families in crisis.
Own Lunch Break
As a caring community, Lunch Break freely provides food, clothing, life skills and fellowship to those in need in Monmouth County and beyond.
“There are so many individuals and families in need that these food donations. A small donation can impact so many local families through these organizations,” states Dr. Roger Thompson, President of IMA.
Donations of Thanksgiving items such as canned vegetables, stuffing mix, cranberry sauce and boxed cake mixes can be dropped off to any one of IMA’s two Urgent Care locations or nine Primary Care locations.
IMA Urgent Care and Primary Care has been caring for Monmouth County for over 25 years. IMA consists of two urgent care centers and nine primary care offices. IMA is owned and operated by local physicians who live and practice in Monmouth County.