ExpressCare Walk-In Medical Services, a small network of medical offices located inside supermarkets (U.S. 1 cover story, December 12, 2007), recently donated $1,500 to the American Heart Association to benefit the AHA’s “Go Red for Women” campaign. Raised through $5 donations from female shoppers at ExpressCare’s Ewing ShopRite location, the money is intended to help reduce the amount of coronary heart disease in women by 25 percent by the year 2010.
For the remainder of the year Salt Creek Grille will donate $1 for each herb roasted chicken meal purchased there to the Princeton HealthCare System, which is breaking ground on the new Unoiversity Medical Center later this year. In addition, Salt Creek Grille will offer a 10-percent discount to all PHCS employees who show their hospital identification card.
PHCS plans to break ground on a new hospital later this year.
NRG Energy Inc., 211 Carnegie Center, recently donated $150,000 to HomeFront’s Summer Children’s Program. NRG awarded an initial grant of $100,000, renewable for a second year in the amount of $50,000. The money goes to HomeFront’s summer programs for homeless and very low-income children and youth.