Oak Brook, IL – October 21, 2009 – Over the last year, the economic situation has intensified, and has left thousands of local families in need of help. Chiro One Wellness Centers is joining the fight against hunger by hosting their 4th Annual Share the Abundance Food Drive to collect nonperishable food items to be given to the Greater Chicago Food Depository and the Northern Illinois Food Bank in Illinois and the Kentucky United Methodist Homes for Children and Youth and the Ashland Community Kitchen in Kentucky. Beginning November 2nd, you can assist by donating items such as peanut butter, tuna and other non-perishable food items at a Chiro One near you.

Chiro One’s 4th Annual Share the Abundance Food Drive

When: Monday, Nov. 2nd – Monday, Nov. 23rd, 2009 
Where: All Chiro One Centers and Illinois and Kentucky 
For location information, go to www.chiroone.net/locations or call 630.468.1824. 

You can make a difference! Because of your help, someone will eat today.

Suggested Items to contribute:  Canned Chicken & Tuna, Canned Fruit, Canned Vegetables, Dried or Canned Beans, Fruit Juice, Jelly, Macaroni & Cheese, Pasta, Peanut Butter, Rice, Whole Grain Cereal.

No Glass Jars or Bottles, Please!

For anyone interested in finding out more about chiropractic, Chiro One is offering Complimentary Exams* with Food Donations. Included is a Dr’s focused Exam, 2 X-Rays (if needed) and a Digital Orthotic Foot Scan.

*Offer applies to new patients only. Illinois: Medicare, Medicaid & Champus recipients excluded by law.

Kentucky: you have the right to rescind, within 72 hours, any obligation for services performed in addition to this free or discounted service.

Chiro One Wellness Centers serves Chicagoland and Kentucky with 43 convenient locations.  Chiro One Wellness Centers’ vision is that every human being discovers their full potential. Their mission, Leaders in developing extraordinary wellness for families and individuals by taking a stand for the well being of our communities through education and service since 1992.