Southeastern Family Violence Center gets $117,000 donation

December 31, 2018

The Robeson Health Care Corporation recently collaborated services and resources with the Southeastern Family Violence Center. Shown are, left, Marilyn Merritt, SFVC board treasurer; Emily Locklear, SFVC executive director, Ken Windley, SFVC board vice chair; George Timothy Hall, RHCC CEO/president, Bobby Charles Townsend; RHCC board chair; Kristy Locklear, RHCC CFO; Mary Thomas-Locklear, RHCC vice president and chief Human Resource officer.



During this season of giving, Robeson Health Care Corporation gave back to the community with a donation and collaboration in support of Southeastern Family Violence Center.

The RHCC board of directors approved a $117,000 donation to support the services provided by SFVC. Grady Hunt, of Locklear, Jacobs, Hunt & Brooks, Attorneys at Law, also supported this endeavor to bridge resources that will generate new opportunities.



Please read the great article from The Robesonian.



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