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The Gift of Giving Back

Last week, we got to talk about the “Celebrating Community for the Holidays.” If you haven’t had a chance to read it… we really encourage you to go and read all about it! However, this week, we get to talk about the “Gift of Giving Back.” Here at Corrective Chiropractic, we want to be extra intentional about giving back this holiday season. Whether that be doing a canned food drive, sponsoring a family in need, donating to a local charity, or serving our local community… our aim is to help keep hope and joy alive!

Filling the Gap

Our why behind being extra intentional about giving back this year is because we want to fill the gap. Single parents need it. Families need it. Small businesses need it. Our community needs it! So, no matter what Corrective Chiropractic office you call “home,” be sure to see what we are doing to give back. Since we are all located in different areas, we have each chosen different ways to fill the gap where we are at.

What We are Doing for Giving Back

Our Sandy Springs office is helping prevent hunger locally with CAC. The Woodstock office is doing a canned food drive for a local elementary school and doing the giving tree. Our Decatur office is gathering donations for Friends of Refugees Christmas store and partnering with DFACS to do an Angel Tree. Our Buckhead office is holding a blanket drive and making goody bags for the homeless in Atlanta.

Do What You Can

We can all agree that this year has been challenging. Most likely, we have all struggled financially in some shape or fashion. So as we give back… we ask you to do what you can, with what you are able, as it makes sense to you and your family. If you are in the position to give abundantly more this year… do it! If you are only able to donate one can… do it! No matter what you decide to give or donate, we are so thankful for your generosity and kindness. We truly are better together. There’s no denying that we are blessed to call you our patients!

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