MTBJ Gives Back to the Community

Just as we have been blessed with amazing staff, physicians, and patients over the years, we recognize how important it is to give back and be a blessing to others. In the last few months of 2016, our clinic participated in two community service projects to benefit Harvest Share Food Pantry and residents of NHC in Columbia.

Harvest Share Food Pantry serves more than 350 families each month in Maury County. As a result, there are often times when food supplies are critically low and families cannot get the assistance they need. In October, our clinic divided into six teams to compete for the most food collected for this organization. When the final amounts were tallied, we had collected nearly 6,000 pounds of food for Harvest Share! With the help of many volunteers and a few pick-up trucks, all of the food was collected and ready to be handed out to families in need just in time for the holidays.
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In December 2016, we collected some comfort items for the patients at NHC in Columbia. Our associates donated socks, blankets, scarves, tissues, ChapStick, stocking caps, pens, note pads, and a few other items to residents at the facility. We ended up with enough goodies to provide for all of the patients who were living at the center during that time!

In early 2017, we initiated another community service project to collect goodies for the Maury County Fire Department, Columbia Police Department, and Maury County Sheriff’s Department – a total of almost 400 public servants! We collected snacks of every kind, homemade baked treats, and a variety of other goodies as a way of saying thank you for everything they do for the citizens of Maury County.

We appreciate the opportunity to give back to members of our community.


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