The Harbin Clinic has teamed up with the Rome-Floyd County Commission on Children and Youth for the Get Pump’d for Kids initiative. Get Pump’d for Kids was created as a way to celebrate Halloween safety and support the kids of this community, according to a Harbin media release.
This fundraiser encourages families to purchase a pumpkin-themed yard sign and Halloween treat for another friend or family member. And here is how it works:
- Purchase a Pumpkin Pal yard sign.
- Place your Pumpkin Pal sign in a friend’s yard and leave a surprise treat at their door.
- For every Pumpkin Pal purchased, a Halloween treat will be delivered to a child in need.
Funds raised from the Get Pump’d for Kids initiative will benefit children and families in Rome and Floyd County. LaDonna Collins, Executive Director of the RFCCCY, says that it will provide a COVID-19 safe Halloween for foster kids other vulnerable youth in the community.
Sarah Tuck, the Senior Director of Marketing and Communications for the Harbin Clinic, indicates, “Like many other events and holidays, Halloween will look a little different this year. We are excited to launch Get Pump’d for Kids to bring some joy and fun to children’s lives while also raising money for worthy organizations like Rome-Floyd County Commission on Children and Youth.”
For more information about the Get Pump’d for Kids initiative or to purchase a Pumpkin Pal, visit www.harbinclinic.com/getpumpedforkids.