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ATSU-KCOM students participate in Baby Bottle Fundraiser

March 13, 2018
Posted In: KCOM, Missouri Campus, Student Headlines

A.T. Still University’s Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine’s (ATSU-KCOM) chapter of the L. Linton Budd Osteopathic Obstetrics and Gynecology Society recently participated in the Lifeline Pregnancy Help Clinic’s annual Baby Bottle Fundraiser. Lifeline is a nonprofit organization that supports expecting mothers and newborns in need. ATSU-KCOM students held a bake sale to raise $200 for the center.

“We were surprised and so grateful to be able to raise money for the Lifeline Pregnancy Center from the generous donations of students, staff, and faculty at ATSU-KCOM,” says Rachel Scott, OMS I, student president of the L. Linton Budd Osteopathic Obstetrics and Gynecology Society’s ATSU-KCOM chapter. “Our donation directly and positively impacts a local center that provides much-needed care to a patient population so close to the interests of our group: expecting mothers and newborns. Thank you for all of the ATSU-KCOM support that made our donation possible!”

2 responses to “ATSU-KCOM students participate in Baby Bottle Fundraiser”

  1. Lisa Archer says:

    Thank you to this student group for making a real difference in the community they live in while in Med School!!! This is why Kirksville LOVES ATSU-KCOM!!!

  2. Cindy Durr, DO says:

    I’m a 1991 KCOM graduate, now a pediatrician in Dallas, who has 2 adopted children & greatly appreciate your efforts!:)

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