This month, Rural Health, Inc. provided a donation totaling $600 to the Two Rivers Child Advocacy Center in Anna. On April 28th, Rural Health, Inc. held a superhero costume contest in honor of Child Abuse Prevention Month. Proceeds raised by staff were matched by the organization. Also included in the donation were numerous $35 Walmart gift cards and protective masks for children. “With last month being Child Abuse Prevention Month, our organization wanted to step up and be heroes… literally,” says Community Outreach Coordinator Chase Hileman. “Not only was the superhero costume contest fun for our staff, but two greater things came out of it. We raised funds for a donation towards this incredible agency, and we raised awareness for the issue at hand, child abuse prevention.” Jordan Edmonds, Executive Director of Two Rivers CAC, said “We are grateful to Rural Health, Inc. and their staff for supporting Two Rivers Child Advocacy Center in our mission to help children heal from abuse. We plan to use the donation to provide comfort items for the children we see at the CAC.” Hileman adds that the services Two Rivers provides to children who have to face the unfortunate crisis are amazing, and that Rural Health, Inc. was thrilled to know that their donation will go about in aiding in their cause and efforts.