AAD & Its Patients Aid Hurricane Victims Through PROJECT HOPE

Anne Arundel Dermatology is not only committed to providing its patients with the highest quality of care; it’s also committed to supporting its local and not-so-local communities through philanthropic efforts.

So when Hurricane Harvey hit and affected thousands of people in Houston, AAD’s leadership team immediately decided to launch a donation drive, named PROJECT HOPE, to collect items defined as most-needed by the homeless.

From September 6 through September 15, AAD collected items at each of its locations from patients, who were encouraged to participate by receiving a 10% off voucher, and from staff. AAD also added hundreds of packages of sunscreen, face wash/cleansers, and moisturizers to what was a very impressive collection of goods.

Please take a look at a few images that illustrate the success of PROJECT HOPE, and thanks to all who took part!

Main Office

Prince Frederick

Weems Creek

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Scott Mahosky, CEO of Anne Arundel Dermatology, helps load the truck on its way to Texas.

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