Holmdel, NJ – Sylvias Children, a 501(c)3 that supports children orphaned by AIDS in Uganda, is pleased to announce a new partnership with ExpressCare Walk-in Medical Offices conveniently located inside your Shoprite store. Starting October 1, ExpressCare will donate $ .50 from every flu vaccine given this season to Sylvias Children. The vaccine will be offered through January.

ExpressCare teamed up with Sylvias Children after meeting its founder, Sylvia Allen, and learning about her efforts. Pat Dempsey, Vice President of Practice Services, says, I had the pleasure of meeting Sylvia at several functions and was greatly impressed with the work she is doing with Sylvias Children. We wanted to assist Sylvia with her mission. Dempsey continues, ExpressCare would like to earmark the money generated by the flu vaccine fundraiser towards building a health clinic for the children at the Mbiriizi Primary School. Allen, in her never-ending quest to help improve life for the children at the school, says I was thrilled when Pat offered to do this fundraiser. People who are planning on being vaccinated against the flu can do so quickly and conveniently, and its benefiting a great cause!”

Flu vaccines are $30 each. ExpressCare accepts Medicare Part B for payment. ExpressCare is open Monday through Friday from 9:00 am to 9:00 pm and Saturday and Sunday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm; no appointment necessary. ExpressCare offers affordably priced basic health care services with no waiting and convenient hours. In addition to sick care, they offer physicals, wellness care, vaccinations and travel medicine consultations. ExpressCare walk in medical offices are located inside the ShopRite of Brick, Neptune, Woodbridge and in the NE Philadelphia at the ShopRite of Oxford & Levick. For more information about ExpressCare visit www.expresscarecenter.com or call 877-679-7737.

Sylvias Children was founded in 2003 after Sylvia Allen returned from a humanitarian trip to Uganda, Africa. She founded the charity to feed, clothe and house orphans in Masaka and provide education for as many children as possible. For more information about Sylvias Children, please visit www.sylviaschildren.org or call (732) 946-2711.