Clayton, NC – August 25 – FastMed Urgent Care and Raleigh Rescue Mission have partnered to launch a Supply Drive to support the under-privileged needing supplies in Wake. The drive goes through September 15.
FastMed Urgent Care is collecting the following donation items for Raleigh Rescue Mission:
- General school supplies including: pens, pads, binders, backpacks, calculators and USB Jump drives
- Germ and illness prevention products for classrooms including: Kleenex, hand sanitizer, Ziploc bags and Clorox sanitation wipes to prevent the flu, strep and other contagious viruses and illnesses
- Healthy, non-perishable school snacks including: juice boxes, pudding and fruit cups
“The drive exemplifies the service performed by the FastMed Charity Committee, to positively impact the lives of individuals throughout the communities we serve,” said Kyle Bohannon, Executive Vice President, Strategy & Development and Chairman of the FastMed Charity Committee.
“Each donation directly impacts a individuals living right here in the Triangle,” said Leslie Millett, Director of Public Relations, Raleigh Rescue Mission. “The number of FastMed locations in the community makes donating easy, convenient and quick, with FastMed clinics just around the corner open late every day.”
Throughout Wake County, residents who choose to donate may stop in at any FastMed Urgent Care, 7 days a week, 8am to 8pm Monday through Friday, and 8am to 4pm Saturday and Sunday, to officially donate to the back to the supply drive. FastMed Urgent Care has ten convenient locations throughout the triangle, with the following 5 participating in the supply drive.
Cary (two locations)
100 Cornerstone Dr.
3420 Ten-Ten Rd., Suite 318
Raleigh (two locations)
1311 East Millbrook Rd.
6500 Creedmoor Rd.
2001 South Main St., Suite 200
For more information contact:
Antony Grow, FastMed Urgent Care
(919) 550-0821 ext. 1026, firstname.lastname@example.org
Leslie Millett, Raleigh Rescue Mission
(919) 828 9014 ext. 115, email@example.com
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About Raleigh Rescue Mission:
Based in downtown Raleigh, Raleigh Rescue Mission is a 501(c)(3) non-profit dedicated to serving the homeless, providing hope and bringing life-changing help to well over 750,000 homeless and hurting individuals throughout Wake County since 1961. Raleigh Rescue Mission exists through the partnership of individuals, businesses and others in the community who support its work through financial donations, volunteers and prayers. Visit www.raleighrescue.org for more information.
About FastMed Urgent Care:
FastMed Urgent Care is an owner and operator of urgent care facilities with locations throughout North Carolina and Arizona. FastMed focuses on the delivery of non-appointment based medicine to the non-emergency patient market. The urgent care centers are open 365 days a year and are staffed with experienced and licensed physicians, physician assistants and nurse practitioners. For more information, please visit www.fastmed.com. FastMed is managed by an affiliated entity of one of the investment funds of the Comvest Group.
About the Comvest Group:
The Comvest Group, with $1.2 billion of assets under management, provides flexible financing solutions to lower middle-market companies through its equity and debt funds, often meeting time-critical and complex funding requirements. The firm includes seasoned, senior level operating executives who partner with managers and owners of companies to operationally improve businesses and create long-term value. Since 2000, Comvest has invested more than $1.5 billion of capital in over 105 public and private companies. For more information, please visit www.comvest.com.
Sr. Dir. Of Communications
FastMed Urgent Care