Medical Education Campus Saves the Best for Last

Medical Education Campus Saves the Best for Last

The Medical Education Campus (MEC) saved the very best for November and December by partnering with the Salvation Army in its Angel Tree Program. The MEC sponsored over 35 families by adopting a child and donating Christmas gifts for children 12 years old and under. Because of generous people at the MEC and other supporters of the Salvation Army’s Angel Tree program, thousands of children received gifts for the holidays. Thanks to everyone who contributed.

Medical Education Campus Saves the Best for Last
MEC students, faculty and staff who donated to the Angel Tree Program.
Medical Education Campus Saves the Best for Last
Stefanie Thompson and Patricia Martin-Mattocks were leaders in the Angel Tree Program.

2 thoughts on “Medical Education Campus Saves the Best for Last

  1. I am incredibly proud of the MEC Campus community for their service in this project! I am especially proud of Stefanie Thompson and Patricia Martin-Mattocks. Way to demonstrate leadership MEC-ers!

  2. I’m so proud to be part of the generous health care staff of the MEC!Kudo’s to the many that organized and donated!

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