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South Charleston skin care clinic holds food drive for Union Mission

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A South Charleston skin care clinic is asking for food donations of canned goods or non-perishable food to help Union Mission feed the hungry.

Neu Aesthetic Skin Care Clinic will accept donations of food through December 20th. Any customer who bring in three cans of food will receive a ten percent discount off their spa services. From now until December the 20th, customers that bring in 3 cans of food or non-perishable food will receive 10 percent off their spa services. Once collected, the food will be donated to the Union Mission.

Neu Aesthetic Skin Care's Cindy Alley said she is moved to help out.

"There are so many unfortunate people out in the community, and they are homeless", said Alley. "We are all so lucky to have food for our bellies and we have warm houses so its is close to my heart to give back to the community and support such a great, great organization".

Neu Aesthetic plans to participate in Small Business Saturday with specials. They are located at 312 6th Ave SW #1, South Charleston, WV 25303.