Frisco, TX | Thirty-six children in Collin County, Texas received new bicycles courtesy of All Medical Personnel. Marianne Radley, CEO of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Collin County, accepted the donation at an all-company event for All Medical Personnel employees held in Frisco, Texas on May 13, 2022.
Radley said, “Though the Boys & Girls Clubs of Collin County have been serving the community for the past 50 years, these past two years have been so challenging for our organization and our club kids. Prior to the pandemic, 5% of the club members we served were homeless or in foster care. Sadly, we’ve seen that number rise to 16% of our members. The generosity that All Medical Personnel showed to us, by donating over 30 new bikes to our organization, helped brighten the day for our club kids who need it the most.”
A dozen teams built 36 bicycles from scratch over a couple of hours. Helmets, locks, and a few words of inspiration accompanied each bike.
“Helping people is a core value of the company, and we are delighted to continue supporting our communities and others in need,” said Neil Bernstein, President & CEO of All Medical Personnel.
All Medical Personnel employees have donated over $350,000 in matching contributions to various charities during the past six years including ElevateMeD, Feeding South Florida, and many more.
All Medical Personnel, a 31-year-old national healthcare staffing firm, offers locum tenens, travel nursing and allied health staffing and workforce services across the United States. Learn more about us at allmedical.com.