Supporting Children of NPH - 14th Annual Cinco de Mayo 5K!

It’s that time of year again! For the past three years Valley Medical and Wellness, a premier chronic pain and addiction medicine program with locations in Burnsville, Minneapolis, and Woodbury, has been a proud sponsor of NPH (Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos) USA and their annual Cinco de Mayo 5K, which will be hosted “virtually” this year from April 24th  to May 2nd.

Every day, children of Latin America and the Caribbean are affected by the global poverty crisis and are in need of assistance for their education, healthcare, shelter, and food. The addiction specialists and chronic pain specialists at Valley Medical and Wellness support the NPH 5K, held annually each spring, to raise awareness of children being affected by poverty and to help build a support network in those communities.

This year, all funds raised from the Cinco de Mayo 5K will be redirected to their Emergency Campaign in light of the global COVID-19 crisis.

For how to register or donate, click here HERE

Author
Rachel McNeill Rachel comes to VMW with a history of experience in a laboratory setting and clinical environment. She started with VMW back in June of 2017 as a Laboratory Technician and has a passion for patient care and improving healthcare. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in biochemistry from UW-River Falls and is interested in continued care improvement. In her leisure time, she likes to travel, read, rollerblade, and spend time with family back home in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

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