NWMA memberships paying it forward

pierce county kindness campaign

Kindness Campaign Banner
Kindness Week is coming and we are all about spreading the love!

To recognize Random Acts of Kindness Day Feb 17th NWMA established an initiative to show the power of random acts of kindness bringing joy to both givers and recipients. This symbolizes a collective commitment to inspire and uplift the South Sound region and become the epicenter of kindness in our state.

Northwest Medical Arts aims to showcase the power of kindness by inspiring businesses and individuals alike to contribute to the well-being of the community through simple acts of kindness. Join us to report random acts of kindness witnessed, received, or given by visiting  nwmedicalarts.com/kindness and using the hashtag #piercecountykindness on social media by tagging @nwmedicalarts .

All participants are eligible for a $500 Spa Rejuvenation Experience from Northwest Medical Arts.  We will honor both givers and receivers by highlighting their stories and creating special surprises with local businesses and citizens throughout the month of February

kindness inspires other kindness.  Here’s how we can “share good news”

Submit your kindness story today by CLICKING HERE

No act of kindness is too small.

HERE ARE SOME IDEAS FOR RANDOMLY SHARING KINDNESS:

  • Buy coffee for a stranger
  • Thank a veteran
  • Bring flowers to a senior center
  • Forgive someone who has wronged you
  • Plant a tree
  • Donate Blood – redcrossblood.org
  • Babysite for a friend
  • Leave a thank you note

Submit Good News Stories Here

https://nwmedicalarts.com/kindness

Learn more about NWMA & Pierce County & their Kindness Campaign Collaboration HERE

University Place Medical Spa

University Place Medical Spa

Northwest Medical Arts, Sponsors of  The "Battle of the Badges" Blood Drive

The 2-day University Place Battle of the Badges that happened earlier this month was a HUGE success. Enough blood was donated that 140 individuals in urgent need of life-saving blood received support.  A special shout out to the UP Police Department for their victory in getting the most donors. Our collective efforts showcased the power of community and compassion, thank you for those who participated!  The next NWMA sponsored blood drive will be May 20th in Gig Harbor.  In the meantime, if you are able to donate, please do by visiting redcrossblood.org and sign up for a drive near you.
  •  Shanti Benoit Boyce ARNP of NW Medical Arts, with the University Place, Police & Fire Chiefs

NW Medical Arts with our Impact Circle Members made  last quarter’s “Impact Circle”  donation to the Tacoma food bank: Eloise’s Cooking Pot in Tacoma.

A HEARTFELT THANK YOU to everyone who contributed to our food drive in December! Your generosity made a significant impact. All the food donations have been delivered to Eloise’s Cooking Pot in Tacoma, WA, a wonderful food bank serving our community. 

Eloise's Cooking Pot logo in Tacoma
Multicultural Child & Family Hope Center

Northwest Medical Arts is excited to announce the nonprofit recipient of funds supported by monthly membership dollars saved by our “Impact Circle” and “Have It All” Members and matched by NWMA.  In our first quarter of operations, we were able to match member contributions and make our first donation to the Multicultural Child & Family Hope Center.  This is a local nonprofit in Tacoma whose mission is to EDUCATE, EMPOWER, and UPLIFT our children, youth, & community to increase access to opportunities.

 

This charitably-funded 501(c)3 organization offers before and after school childcare services, emergency respite foster care, early learning programs, and a diaper bank that serves up to 100 families each month. They also have programs designed to give parents tools to reduce incidents of child maltreatment, enhance safety in homes, help fathers navigate the child welfare system as well as many other services and partner programs. To learn more about this amazing organization or add an additional tax-deductible donation, visit: https://mcfhc.org/

July-September, 2023 Recipient

Northwest Medical Arts is honored to support the Permission to Start Dreaming Foundation.’ This incredible organization is dedicated to helping veterans, first responders, and their families overcome PTSD by providing them with essential tools and training for their mental, physical, and spiritual well-being. Their mission is to “Provide Hope and Healing To All Those Who Serve.”

If you’d like to join the Impact Circle or make a donation to this worthwhile cause, please reach out to us. Together, we are having a meaningful impact in our community.

Permission to Start Dreaming Foundation
Joy Through Tears Foundation
JOY THRU TEARS FOUNDATION
“@nwmedicalarts is proud to have sponsored  @joythrutearsfoundation first gala. This foundation supports in-home caregivers that provide love and support to those who need it most. When caregivers are mentally and physically healthy they are better able to care for others. Thank you for letting us be involved and give back to our community!
Associated Ministries Lead the Way Home Breakfast

Associated Ministries is uniting communities of different faiths to work together toward lasting solutions to homelessness in Pierce County.  Since opening Northwest Medical Arts we have become so much more connected to our community. We have increased our awareness to the struggles and challenges that exist and the amazing people dedicating their lives and careers to making it better. We knew from the start that our vision of helping patients look and feel their best self can compliment the vision of these amazing non-profits we have gotten to work with. We are so excited and inspired to have membership programs that can help make a difference to not only our patients but our entire community.  Through our partner organizations we have been given ways we can take meaningful steps and make a real difference. We look forward to working with this organization more under their “Paint Tacoma Beautiful” program as we volunteer free exterior house painting to low-income home owners during summer months. If you would like to learn more on ways you can give back to any of the organizations we have worked with please Contact Us