Express Chiropractic Children’s Foundation supports local children and families this holiday season.
KELLER, Texas – Nov. 12, 2020 – PRLog — During a time when thousands of students who rely on free lunch programs are attending school virtually, the Express Keller Chiropractors are hosting their 8th annual food drive to help provide meals to children and families in the area. The food drive will benefit the Community Storehouse in Keller TX, whose Holiday Food Box Program is building boxes to provide to families as the holidays approach.
The Texas chiropractic franchise has been hosting these food drives for eight years now, but is especially proud to be supporting the community during this difficult time. From now until November 21st, Express Chiropractic’s Keller and Fort Worth offices are accepting food donations for the holiday boxes. Whether a patient or just local citizen, all people in our community are encouraged to donate.
“Now more than ever, it is so important to be giving back to our community,” said Dr. Daron Stegall, founder of Express Chiropractic Franchising. “With more kids doing school from home and the holidays fast approaching, more families are needing the extra help. We encourage Keller and Fort Worth residents to help support them with us.”
The Keller Texas based franchise, which has six locations across Texas, offers walk-in, affordable care through plans that are tailored to different needs. Whether seeking a nearby chiropractor for immediate relief, correction for lasting change, or overall maintenance, the office provides flexible plans based on the amount of care needed. Express Chiropractic & Wellness makes supporting the community a top priority, not only through its affordable care that is inclusive to all, but also through initiatives like the food drive.
To help create the holiday food boxes, Express Chiropractic Fort Worth and Keller locations are asking for donations of items like corn, green beans, canned vegetables, granola bars, chili, sloppy joes, tuna, beans, apple sauce, soup, peanut butter, canned fruit, oatmeal, stuffing, or any other easily transportable items.
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