Thanksgiving Giveaway

Bellamah Vein Center’s Thanksgiving Charitable Giveaway To Donate 100 Turkeys To 100 Families Greatest In Need Friday 11/20 at 8:30 am

 

MISSOULA – Our community has many families who can’t afford to put a turkey on the table this Thanksgiving. Sadly, every community, including our own, has many families greatest in need. More than 12 percent of households in Montana receive food stamps and Montana food stamps costs the federal government about $12 million a month.

Bellamah Vein Center is a family-run medical center located in Missoula which wants to help. The Center’s Thanksgiving Charitable Giveaway of 100 Turkeys for 100 Families is a terrific way to give back.

   

“2020 has been a year of tragedy with many families suffering the loss of jobs, family members and friends dying of coronavirus, as well as depression and loneliness affecting many,” said Dr. David Bellamah, owner and medical director at Bellamah Vein Center. “A turkey during Thanksgiving feeds the bellies and warms the hearts of many in a family, said Dr. Bellamah. “It is our way of giving back to 100 families greatest in need this Thanksgiving season,” continued Bellamah.

Turkeys will be handled out to families greatest in need beginning 8:30 am on Friday, November 20, 2020 nearby Bellamah Vein Center located at 2975 Stockyard Road Missoula, Montana 59808. For more information, contact 406-541-3200. Donations are first come, first serve.

Read the full NBC Montana story here

Media contact is Mike Paul at 917-359-14341 mgppr@me.com

ABOUT BELLAMAH VEIN CENTER

Bellamah Vein Center is exclusively dedicated to treating leg veins. Dr. David H. Bellamah is a board certified physician with 19 years of experience in vein surgery and vein disease. His passion for treating vein disorders led him to open Bellamah Vein Center with two locations in Missoula and Kalispell, Montana. For more info, please visit us online at https://veinmontana.com

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