LAS VEGAS – Desert Radiology, a diagnostic imaging practice that has served Southern Nevada for 55 years, completed its virtual holiday philanthropic initiative, 25 Days of Do-Gooders. Starting December 1, the imaging practice donated $250 to 25 charities every day through December 25.
Despite COVID-19, Desert Radiology has made it a top priority to continue its charitable endeavors through its Do-Gooders team, a group of Desert Radiology team members who have collectively donated thousands of volunteer hours across various charity events and programs.
In lieu of hosting toy drives this holiday season, Desert Radiology provided 25 donations to 25 different charities selected by the practice’s teammates.
“The past 25 days has truly been memorable as our entire practice came together virtually to give back to our beloved community,” said Richard Bodager, CEO / EVP of Desert Radiology. “There are so many groups within our community who have been disproportionately affected by this pandemic and we are honored to help provide relief to our neighbors during this extraordinary time.”
Desert Radiology is donating $250 to the following 25 charities:
Best Buddies Nevada
Blind Center of Nevada
Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Foundation
Communities in Schools
Dress for Success Southern Nevada
Firefighters of Southern Nevada Burn Foundation
Grant a Gift Autism Foundation
Goodie Two Shoes Foundation
Habitat for Humanity Las Vegas
HELP of Southern Nevada
Helping Hands of Vegas Valley
Kline Veterans Fund
Las Vegas Rescue Mission
Nevada Veterans Foundation
Nevada’s Partnership for Homeless Youth
Noah’s Animal Rescue
The Animal Foundation
The LGBTQ Community of Southern Nevada
The Shade Tree
For more information about Desert Radiology, visit www.desertrad.com.
About Desert Radiology
Founded in 1966, Desert Radiology has grown to be the largest radiology practice in Nevada and is ranked among the top 25 practices in the country on the Radiology Business Journal’s Radiology 100. With an emphasis on high-quality, prompt diagnostic care and innovative technology, the company’s specialized team of over 80 board-certified radiologists serves more than 40,000 patients every month through its 11 facilities across Las Vegas, Henderson and Pahrump. Through 55 years of service, Desert Radiology maintains longstanding key relationships with 11 hospitals, a large cancer center, a group of multispecialty medical centers and many other facilities in Southern Nevada. Designated as a Diagnostic Imaging Center of Excellence, Desert Radiology prides itself in being a valued community partner to its patients and many local nonprofit organizations. The practice is the exclusive provider of radiology services to multiple Las Vegas professional sports teams including the Vegas Golden Knights, Las Vegas Aces, and Las Vegas Lights FC. For more information, visit www.desertrad.com, or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/desertradiology.
Maddie Skains, MassMedia