The Northern Arizona Food Bank in Flagstaff, the Yavapai Food Bank in Prescott Valley, Verde Valley Senior Center's Meals on Wheels in Cottonwood and the St. Vincent de Paul Food Bank in Sedona and will each receive $1,000.
The food bank programs in Cottonwood, Prescott Valley and Sedona will receive a check on Dec. 19. The food bank in Flagstaff will receive a check on Dec. 18.
"We wanted to give back to the communities we serve this holiday," said Michelle Morrill, Arizona Oncology office supervisor in Flagstaff. "There are people, right here at home, who are in need."
About Arizona Oncology
Arizona Oncology is one of the largest medical groups in Arizona, with more than 50 practicing physicians devoted exclusively to comprehensive, compassionate and high-quality cancer care to patients in several communities throughout the state, including: Chandler, Cottonwood, Deer Valley, Flagstaff, Glendale, Green Valley, Marana, Nogales, Oro Valley, Phoenix, Prescott Valley, Safford, Scottsdale, Sedona, Sierra Vista and Tucson.
Arizona Oncology believes it is beneficial to provide cancer therapies in a community setting close to patients' homes and support systems. The physicians are supported by a talented clinical team sensitive to the needs of cancer patients and their caregivers. For more information, visit www.ArizonaOncology.com.
Arizona Oncology is united in healing with The US Oncology Network, one of the nation's largest community-based cancer treatment and research networks focused on advancing cancer care in America. As an affiliate of The US Oncology Network, Arizona Oncology is united with approximately 1,000 physicians and 10,000 cancer professionals nationwide. Arizona Oncology participates in clinical trials through US Oncology Research, which has helped to develop 43 FDA approved cancer therapies. For more information, visit www.usoncology.com.