For the 6th year, ANJC members will be running food drives in conjunction with collection of donations of unwanted clothing, coats, hats, gloves and scarves in good condition for distribution to food pantries, local community groups, and charities. Dr. Brokstein is extending the drive to help those who lost so much from Sandy's punch.
Dr. Russell Brokstein, Freehold NJ Chiropractor and owner of Hometown Family Wellness Center located at 9 Broadway, says "I came back to NJ 14.5 years ago and started my practice in my hometown. I wanted to give back to the community I grew up in and now more than ever I would like to give back to those who suffered most during the devastation of Sandy. Every year I look forward to celebrating the holidays but also so I can help those less fortunate by providing them with food, coats, gloves and scarves. This year is more difficult with so many who lost everything at the NJ Shore. Many of us take for granted that we can bundle up when we go out in the cold, or when we get home to our warm house and food waiting on our table. This year more than ever many New Jerseyans don't have clothing, a good coat, outerwear or food for themselves and their family."
Dr. Brokstein and Hometown Family Wellness Center will be accepting donations of unwanted apparel such as shirts, pants, shoes, coats, hats, gloves and scarves in good condition and non perishable foods starting immediately until January 1, 2013. His office is located at 9 Broadway, Freehold, NJ 07728, Phone 732-780-0044. You can find out more about his practice at http://www.chiropractorfreehold.com/
As a thank you, Dr. Russell will offer a complimentary consult (regularly valued $185) for anybody donating to this cause. "I love everyday I get to help patients who are in pain, looking for stress relief, weight loss, or overall health and wellness without drugs and surgery. For these reasons, I would like to give a gift of health to those giving the gift of warmth and food this holiday season to those in need."