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Annual AlignLife Toy Drive Gives Back 500 Toys
Date:12/28/2013

Nationwide (PRWEB) December 28, 2013

Almost 500 toys, that’s what 9 AlignLife clinics gave back to their local communities. Donating to charities like Toys for Tots and Crisis Nurseries, even adopting kids through other various charitable organizations. One clinic in Waunakee, WI went as far as making sure the staff could actually hand out the toys. Dr. Chad Updike said “it was an awesome experience to see their little faces light up!” Pictured is Dr. Kevin Lewis from the Greenville, SC clinic, whose clinic generated 107 toys. AlignLife locations annually partner with local charitable organizations to distribute toys to those in need. Each year the doctors challenge one another to do better than the year before, next year AlignLife predicts they will be able to give back over 800 toys to their communities. Dr. Bryne Willey who has one of the newest clinics recently opened in Springfield, Il kept his Toy Drive going all the way to the 23rd in order to be able to gather as many toys for the kids as possible.

AlignLife utilizes the Toy Drive in another way to give back as well. In exchange for donated toys the doctors donate their time. Each person to donate toys receives for themselves or a loved one a free examination. The doctors hope this two fold event allows more and more people every year to become more educated on their spinal health and the impact it has on their entire body. Each year from the end of November through around December 20th, participating AlignLife locations accept donati
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