Fort Walton Beach Medical Center and Twin Cities Hospital Donates Close to 10,000 Pounds of Food
Fort Walton Beach Medical Center and Twin Cities Hospital donated over 10,000 pounds of food and water to help people in need during the holidays.
Each hospital held a food drive with their employees during the month of November to help the community during the holidays. FWBMC’s food and water weighed in at 9,577 pounds for the Sharing and Caring facility in Fort Walton Beach. Twin Cities Hospital’s food weighed in at 200 pounds for the facility in Niceville, Florida. Both Sharing and Caring facilities were overwhelmed with the amount of food donated.
“We are excited that are employees are so giving during the holidays to organizations who care for the less fortunate people in our community. We never want to see anyone go without food or shelter, especially during the holidays”, stated Mitch Mongell, CEO of Fort Walton Beach Medical Center. “It’s times like these when you are thankful for having some of the best employees in the nation”, stated Dave Whalen, CEO of Twin Cities Hospital. “We were extremely excited to be able to help Sharing and Caring fill their pantries”.