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Crystal Run Healthcare Raises Over $6,000 for Hurricane Harvey Relief


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Practice Bands Together to Support Those Impacted by Hurricane Harvey


Middletown, N.Y. – September 25, 2017 – Crystal Run Healthcare held a practice-wide Dress Down Day on Wednesday, September 6th, to help support victims impacted by Hurricane Harvey which devastated areas of Texas in late August.  During the dress down day, employees came together to personally donate money to help raise funds for those impacted.  In total, $6,040 was raised and donated to the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund, which was established by Mayor Sylvester Turner, to accept tax deductive flood relief donations for victims that have been affected.  The fund is housed by the Greater Houston Community Foundation, a 501(c)(3) public charity.  To date, the Relief Fund has raised nearly $62 million.


“The effects of Hurricane Harvey were devastating and the areas affected need as much help in funding as possible. The most difficult times seem to bring out the best in humanity, and we are incredibly grateful to our employees who have personally donated to assist with relief efforts.  It is our duty to help those in need,” said Michelle A. Koury, MD, Chief Operating Officer of Crystal Run Healthcare.