“Spring for Socks” Charity Drive

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Associated Podiatrists, P.C. Is Having A Sock Drive!

 

Associated Podiatrists, P.C. is partnering up with S.A.Y. Detroit to collect NEW socks for people of all ages! We will be accepting donations throughout Spring (March 20 – June 21) and dropping them off at S.A.Y. Detroit Family Health Clinic (the nation’s first free medical clinic devoted to homeless children and their mothers) on June 23, 2017!

Why Socks? Did you know that socks are one of the most requested items in shelters across the country, but the least often donated? Many homeless people tend to walk miles every day in order to survive, frequently wearing the same pair of socks (if any) until they’re threadbare and damp. This leaves them at risk of developing serious foot disease(s), which during the cold winter months, could lead to more serious issues, including infection.

How Can You Help? Help us by sharing this post on social media with your friends and family, and/or by making a donation directly! We’ll be accepting all in-person sock donations, and for those who don’t live locally, we’ll also be accepting donations made online (i.e. amazon), which can be delivered to our office address:

Associated Podiatrists, P.C.
26750 Providence Parkway
Suite 130
Novi, MI 48374

Have More Questions? Call or email us! Our staff is available Mon-Fri, 8:15-5:00, to assist you with any questions you may have.

Phone: (248)348-5300
Fax: (248)348-5410
Contact: Molly
Email: apmolly130@gmail.com

We thank you in advance for your generosity!

Sincerely,
Dr. Marc A. Borovoy, Dr. John D. Miller, and Staff.

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