Macomb Twp Chiropractic Donated to Several Local Charities Over The Holidays

Macomb Township Chiropractic's annual Food Drive Was A Success.

Macomb Township Michigan, United States - January 22, 2020 /MarketersMedia/ —

It was that time of the year again, where the best gift is the gift of giving! To ring in the holiday season Macomb Township Chiropractic had its annual 2019 Thanks Giving Food Drive and its Christmas clothing drive!

This year Macomb Township Chiropractic, Dr. Chris McNeil and his staff, chose several non-profit organizations to bring tidings of food, cloths and joy to those less fortunate residents of Macomb County.

Gleaners Food Bank was the charity of choice to help feed the hungry in Metro Detroit. With their food drive Macomb Twp. Chiropractic collected several hundred pounds of food to be donated from their gracious patients. To give an incentive for their patients do donate, the clinic had a contest that gave away a a $50 gift card to Testa Barra restaurant in Macomb Twp, to the patient who donated the most food, gave the most reviews or referred a family member or friend.

Macomb Foster Closet in Mt. Clemens was the charity Macomb Township Chiropractic and Chris McNeil collected donations of socks, underwear and pajamas for the less fortunate children of Macomb County. Again they had a contest to incentivize their patient to participate. The lucky winner this time won a 40 inch TV and the donation box was filled to the top with cloths for kids!

Now that 2020 is full steam ahead Macomb Township Chiropractic is dedicated to help the residents of Macomb County achieve their new year health resolutions. If you have any questions about becoming a new patient at Macomb Twp Chiropractic call the office at (586)566-2273.

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