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The family of nurses, doctors, staff and volunteers at Good Samaritan Medical Center are dedicated to providing expert, compassionate care for families. They have been caring for people in the Palm Beach region for many years. Caring, nurturing and helping heal friends, loved ones and neighbors is our passion, and we’re honored to have the opportunity to serve you.
From emergency services and heart care to orthopedics, advanced stroke treatment, obstetrics and more, we’re focused on providing you with expert care combined with a healthy dose of attentiveness and support. Good Samaritan Medical Center. A community built on care.
“Wow! This is such a kind community service you are doing for Good Samaritan and our patients. Good Sam is very appreciative.
Thanks!” –Dr. Dobson
For more than 35 years, Feeding America has responded to the hunger crisis in America by providing food to people in need through a nationwide network of food banks.
Today, Feeding America is the nation’s largest domestic hunger-relief organization—a powerful and efficient network of 200 food banks across the country. As food insecurity rates hold steady at the highest levels ever, the Feeding America network of food banks has risen to meet the need. We feed 40 million people at risk of hunger, including 12 million children and 7 million seniors. Support Feeding America and help solve hunger. Donate. Volunteer. Advocate. Educate.
Harry Chapin Food Bank is the largest hunger-relief network in Southwest Florida, serving Charlotte, Collier, Glades, Hendry and Lee counties.
They rescue, inspect, transport and distribute donated food and other grocery products to more than 150 partner agencies and programs that provide direct services to those in need. They include food pantries, in-school pantries, mobile pantries, senior programs and disaster relief agencies. The food bank provides food for about 28,000 individuals each week.
The ADA leads the fight against the deadly consequences of diabetes and fight for those affected by diabetes.They fund research to prevent, cure and manage diabetes and deliver services to hundreds of communities. They provide objective and credible information and give a voice to those denied their rights because of diabetes.
The moving force behind the work of the American Diabetes Association is a network of more than 565,000 volunteers, a membership of more than 540,000 people with diabetes, their families and caregivers, a professional society of nearly 20,000 health care professionals, as well as more than 400 staff members.