In December, Mobile Medical Corporation’s On-site Medical Services team at the Turner Facebook NAO (New Albany, Ohio) project site hosted a food and personal hygiene drive for the M.A.S.H Pantry and Resource Center based in Franklin County, Ohio. The drive was spearheaded by Janie Donnelly, MMC’s lead paramedic for the project, and paramedics Dave Moore and Alex Matthews. They were able to assist in the resource centers expansion into Delaware County, Ohio, by filling their shelves with the collected items and monetary gifts.
The drive was done in partnership with Turner Construction to raise awareness for the M.A.S.H Pantry and Resource center and support Mental Health Awareness Month in the construction trades. MMC’s On-site Medical Services plans to continue to host M.A.S.H. Pantry and Resource Center’s PEER Support Group Meetings for the workforce.
“(MMC and Turner’s) generous support through the company ‘food & personal hygiene drive’ (monetary gifts to shop and elves that shopped) filled the shelves at our Delaware M.A.S.H. Pantry Grand opening/ Ribbon cutting. Since then, our doors have opened and we have started making a difference – ‘One Veteran at a time’. Your gifts were a blessing,” Amber Hudson, Founder and President M.A.S.H Pantry and resource center said.
Mobile Medical Corporation (MMC) , a certified Women’s Business Enterprise and a premier provider of workplace substance abuse testing and on-site medical services nationwide is proud to give back to the communities we work in.
M.A.S.H. PANTRY & RESOURCE CENTER IS AN INDEPENDENT 501(C)3 NON-PROFIT. They provide food, clothing, toiletries & hygiene products, as well as emotional and physical support and resources to Military Personnel, Veterans and First Responders throughout the Columbus, OH Metropolitan Area.
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