#TowerGimmeFive Campaign Wraps Up with Donations to Three Local Food Banks

Tower Health recently wrapped up the #TowerGimmeFive social media campaign with great success! The goals of the campaign were to raise awareness about the benefits of healthy eating and to raise money for local food banks. The hashtag reached over one million viewers on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. To celebrate the success of the campaign, Tower Health recently made $15,000 in donations to local food banks. The Greater Berks Food Bank, the Chester County Food Bank, and the Share Food Program in Philadelphia were each presented with donations of $5,000 to help support their important work.

The #TowerGimme5 campaign is just one of the many ways in which Tower Health is invested in empowering members of our community to live their healthiest lives.

Featured from left to right – Doug Long, Manager, Marking and Development, Greater Berks Good Bank; William M. Jennings, President & CEO, Reading Hospital; Jill Zelinsky, Assistant Director Nutrition Services, Reading Hospital; Courtney Dixon, Senior Coordinator, Community Wellness, Reading Hospital; Clint Matthews, President & CEO, Tower Health; Sarah Luber, DO, Tower Health Wellness Medical Director & Reading Hospital Internal Medical Faculty; Peg Bianca, Executive Director, Greater Berks Food Bank

Featured from left to right – Doug Long, Manager, Marking and Development, Greater Berks Good Bank; William M. Jennings, President & CEO, Reading Hospital; Jill Zelinsky, Assistant Director Nutrition Services, Reading Hospital; Courtney Dixon, Senior Coordinator, Community Wellness, Reading Hospital; Clint Matthews, President & CEO, Tower Health; Sarah Luber, DO, Tower Health Wellness Medical Director & Reading Hospital Internal Medical Faculty; Peg Bianca, Executive Director, Greater Berks Food Bank