The Medical Institute of Kentucky held a food drive beginning in the month of November into December. The Medical Institute of Kentucky was dedicated to helping the communities that support us on a daily basis. All ten of our campuses across the state of Kentucky and Florida participated in the Food Drive.
The food that was collected during the Food Drive will be donated to local food pantries and churches in the cities that The Medical Institute of Kentucky has campuses located in. The campuses were able to collect a total of 1,160 cans. The campus that collected the most cans was Lexington.
The Medical Institute of Kentucky was proud to hold the Food Drive. The Food Drive exemplified our daily commitment to serving potential students of the school and the communities that host the campuses. The Medical Institute of Kentucky thanks God’s Pantry, Crossroads, Barren River Area Safe Space, Aaron Mcneil Center, Gladiolus Food Pantry, Feeding America and the Serenity center, these campuses partnered with
The Medical Institute of Kentucky to make this Food Drive a reality.
ABOUT THE MEDICAL INSTITUTE OF KENTUCKY
The Medical Institute of Kentucky is a school dedicated to improving student’s lives and pushing them to be the best version of themselves. The Medical Institute of Kentucky was started by Dr. Steven Meade. Dr. Meade felt it was important for students to receive and affordable and quality education.