Member One recently donated $1,000 to the Free Clinic of Franklin County to support its mission of providing healthcare at no cost to local residents.
The donation was a result of Member One’s quarterly Denim Days for Charities where employees donate money in exchange for wearing jeans on a specific day.
“We cherish our business partners, like Member One, and are so grateful for their continued support of our efforts to help our sick and hurting neighbors,” said Donna Minnix Proctor, Executive Director of the Free Clinic of Franklin County. “It is with donations like these that we are able to continue providing healthcare services to those who need it most in Franklin County.”
The Free Clinic of Franklin County has been serving its community for 26 years, providing hope and help to those in need.
Member One believes that strengthening the local community is everyone’s responsibility and therefore has a concentrated focus on supporting the communities it serves through financial and volunteer support,
“We are pleased to see our employees give generously to support the important services offered by the Free Clinic of Franklin County,” said Andrea Milliron, Vice President of Community and Business Development with Member One.
From left: Mark Hudzik, Senior Vice President and Market Executive; Gina Kennett, Westlake Market Manager; Donna Minnix Proctor, Executive Director of the Free Clinic of Franklin County; Angie Austin, Rocky Mount Market Manager; and Andrea Milliron, Vice President of Community and Business Development.
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