BEND, Ore. — August 23, 2013 —Bend Memorial Clinic (BMC) employees donated over 1200 pounds of canned and non-perishable food to NeighborImpact.

“BMC and its employees are proud to partner with NeighborImpact to help those in need in our communities,” said Jamie Bennett, Benefits Administrator at BMC. “As an organization, we believe it’s important to support and participate in charitable and non-profit Central Oregon organizations and encourage our employees to do the same.”

NeighborImpact is a local nonprofit that changes lives by helping families access skills for success, family services, financial assistance, food, housing, heat and energy assistance.

“The need for emergency food continues to grow in Central Oregon, and food drives are extremely important in helping us continue to meet that need,” said Sandy Klein, Food Resource Specialist at NeighborImpact. “We couldn’t do what we do without community partners like Bend Memorial Clinic.  The food they collected will help provide approximately 700 meals.”

About Bend Memorial Clinic

Bend Memorial Clinic includes more than 115 providers representing 30 specialties including Urgent Care, Primary Care, Specialty Care, Imaging and Clinical Services. With five locations BMC is the largest multi-specialty group in Central Oregon and provides quality, convenient healthcare known as TotalCareTM. The Clinic has provided primary and specialty care since 1946. For more information, please visit   




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