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Get Pump’d for Kids: A Family-Friendly Halloween Celebration

This Halloween, Harbin Clinic wants to bring some extra treats to the tricks! We’re thrilled to announce Get Pump’d for Kids, an initiative that provides a fun, safe way to celebrate Halloween while raising money for children and families throughout Northwest Georgia. Through partnering with four local non-profit organizations, Harbin Clinic is excited to celebrate and support local families.

“At Harbin Clinic, we focus on leading initiatives that encourage strong, healthy and happy communities,” says Sarah Tuck, senior director of marketing and communications for Harbin Clinic. “Get Pump’d for Kids lets us provide children and families with an exciting and creative way to celebrate Halloween while also giving back to those in need by raising money for local charitable organizations.”

Medical Oncologist Dr. Gregory Harris and his family get ready to celebrate Get Pump’d for Kids

All funds raised will be donated to benefit children within foster care and to support four Northwest Georgia organizations dedicated to serving and empowering children and families. Harbin Clinic is proud to partner with Advocates for Children, Gordon County Child Advocacy Center, Polk County Family Connection and Rome-Floyd County Commission on Children and Youth.

The family-friendly fundraiser encourages members of the community to get involved by purchasing Pumpkin Pals for family, friends or neighbors. Here’s how to get involved with the Spooktacular fun:

  1. Purchase a Pumpkin Pal yard sign and place it in a friend or family member’s yard.
  2. Bring a special treat to their door. 
  3. Surprise them with their Pumpkin Pal and candy treats.

Purchasing a Pumpkin Pal is simple and can be done from now until Halloween. You can make a purchase by visiting harbinclinic.com/getpumpedforkids on a phone, computer or tablet and selecting the organization closest to your neighborhood.

For more information about the Get Pump’d for Kids initiative, visit harbinclinic.com/getpumpedforkids.

Published September 30, 2022