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Thanksgiving Food Drive to benefit Second Harvest
This Thanksgiving: Help Us Help Others!!!
Please join Back to Basics Health and Wellness and co-sponsors Yogaworks and Trader Joe's in our 2nd Annual Thanksgiving Food Drive to benefit Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County. Last year our combined efforts raised over 1591 lbs of Food and over $240 in donations (worth $2880 in food for Second Harvest).
As reported by Second Harvest: HUNGER IN ORANGE COUNTY? "In one of the world's most affluent places, more than 456,000 people are at risk of going hungry sometime each month. Most are children and seniors. Until the job market fully recovers, the need is greater than ever. . ."
On Saturday November 21st we will be accepting your non-perishable food donations in exchange for gifts from sponsors Back to Basics and Yogaworks at the following three locations:
COSTA MESA: TRADER JOE'S 640 W. 17th Street, Costa Mesa, CA, 92627
HUNTINGTON BEACH: TRADER JOE'S 18681 Main St. H.B., CA, 92648
ALISO VIEJO: TRADER JOE'S 26541 Aliso Creek Rd. Aliso Viejo, CA, 92656
THE FIRST 150 PEOPLE TO MAKE A 10+ ITEM DONATION WILL RECEIVE A YOGAWORKS TOTE BAG!!! (While supplies last)
After November 21st Donations can be made at Back to Basics Health and Wellness: 1617 Westcliff Drive, Newport Beach, CA, 92612 949-650-0736 until November 30th, 2009.
All patients of Back to Basics who make a donation of more than 10 non-perishable food items between November 16th and November 30th, 2009 will receive a FREE CHIROPRACTIC ADJUSTMENT. Please invite your family, friends and neighbors to our office to take advantage of the opportunity to receive a complimentary chiropractic examination and x-rays with a donation of a minimum 10 items to the Thanksgiving Food Drive.
Thank you for partnering with us this Thanksgiving in our effort to eliminate hunger in Orange County.
Dr. Tom Hewitt, DC, CSCS, Dr. Ryan Samuelian, DC and the Back to Basics Team
For more information about Second Harvest go to www.feedoc.org