Harbin Clinic, Georgia’s largest physician-owned multispecialty medical clinic, is proud to partner with local organization Rome-Floyd County Commission on Children and Youth (RFCCCY) for the Get Pump’d for Kids initiative. Get Pump’d for Kids was created as a way to celebrate Halloween safely while supporting local children in Rome-Floyd county.
“A key part of Harbin Clinic’s mission is to work collaboratively in support of building healthier, happier communities,” said Sarah Tuck, senior director of marketing and communications for Harbin Clinic. “Like many other events and holidays, Halloween will look a little different this year. We are excited to launch Get Pump’d for Kids to bring some joy and fun to children’s lives while also raising money for worthy organizations like Rome Floyd County Commission on Children and Youth”.
All funds raised will benefit children and families in Rome-Floyd county. Of its main objectives in 2019, RFCCCY served over 20 organizations with the purpose of decreasing child abuse and neglect, strengthening families, increasing school success, and inducing childhood literacy.
This family-friendly fundraiser encourages families to purchase a pumpkin-themed yard sign and Halloween treat for another friend or family member. Here’s how it works:
- Purchase a Pumpkin Pal yard sign.
- Place your Pumpkin Pal sign in a friend’s yard and leave a surprise treat at their door.
- For every Pumpkin Pal purchased, a special Halloween treat will be delivered to a child in need.
“The Board of Directors of the Rome Floyd County Commission on Children and Youth and I are excited to join Harbin Clinic in this outstanding initiative”, says Ladonna Collins, executive director of the Rome Floyd County Commission on Children and Youth. “When we were thinking of a way to bring the community of Rome-Floyd county a COVID-19 safe Halloween for a vulnerable population such as our local foster care children, we knew we could count on Harbin Clinic to help make this Halloween special”.