Neighbors Emergency Center Tyler Goes Tiny to Support Habitat for Humanity of Smith County

Neighbors Emergency Center Tyler Goes Tiny to Support Habitat for Humanity of Smith County

HOUSTON, Texas, April 5, 2017 – It may look small but there is a lot of love in it. Neighbors Emergency Center Tyler is proud to sponsor a “mini” Neighbors for the community’s Playhouses on the Plaza public exhibit. This is a unique benefit for Habitat for Humanity of Smith County.

The miniature Neighbors playhouse will be on display in Downtown Tyler’s T.B. Butler Plaza until April 6. The tiny community will then be auctioned off at a dinner hosted by Jack Ryan’s Steak and Chophouse.

“Neighbors Emergency Center Tyler is thrilled to participate in the Playhouses on the Plaza event with Smith County Habitat for Humanity,” said Neighbors Emergency Center Regional Field Marketing Manager Gina Moers. “I cannot think of a better way to help the community in which we live and work. Habitat does incredible work locally, and coming alongside them to fundraise for such an important cause is natural for everyone at Neighbors Tyler.”

Habitat for Humanity of Smith County is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the belief that all people need a decent place to live. By working with homeowners and future homeowners, Habitat for Humanity builds strength, stability and self-reliance as they build and improve shelter.

Neighbors Tyler’s playhouse is a direct link with the company’s core values of having a genuine, compassionate heart; a creative spark; and being loyal to the community we are privileged to serve while engaging in a collaborative action delivered with a smile.

Neighbors Emergency Center, the leader in 24-hour emergency care, is a patient-centered, patient-driven organization that focuses on personalized ER attention with little wait time and no crowded waiting areas.

Neighbors accepts most major private insurance and treats all adult and pediatric illnesses and injuries. Neighbors Emergency Center Tyler is located at 2222 E. Southeast Loop 323, 75701. The center’s phone number is 903-533-1280.