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Cora Physical Therapy collects items for tornado victims
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In light of last week’s deadly tornado that ripped through north Bryan County, CORA Physical Therapy clinics in the region are doing what they can to help those in need. All eight outpatient physical therapy clinics in the Savannah area, stretching from Rincon to Hinesville, will serve as collection points for hygiene products, clothing and other necessities.

“When I saw the devastation, I knew we needed to do something to help. Our whole region at CORA immediately went to work to see what we could do for our neighbors,” said CORA Pembroke clinic manager Morgan Boatman. The company is requesting donations of the following items:

  • Non-perishable food items
  • Snacks for volunteers
  • Gloves
  • Sunscreen
  • Bug spray

“We’re coordinating our efforts with the North Bryan Family Connections office, the Ellabell United Methodist Church and the Richmond Hill Fire department to ensure that the items get where they need to go,” said Boatman. “CORA’s tagline is treating everyone right, and we’re doing what we can to put those words into action.”

For a list of CORA clinics in the area, visit or contact Morgan Boatman at 706.577.2569 or

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