Rooted in Community
With employees and physician partners who live, work, and play in this incredible community, MD Imaging is honored to support those who call the North State home. We value the meaning of community, knowing that without it we would not be the thriving imaging center that we have become over the past 65 years. Our history and reputation stem from the gift of our time, energy, and resources in supporting local organizations and projects that enrich our community.
Because patients come to us from all walks of life, and often during challenging times, we support organizations and projects that bring value to our patients and the community as a whole, such as Nor-Cal Think Pink, Downtown Redding Soroptimists, One Safe Place, The Good News Rescue Mission, Viva Downtown, and more.
Leading the way to Breast Cancer Awareness
We have been instrumental in the development of the Nor-Cal Think Pink organization that was formed in 1996. Think Pink educates women in far Northern California about breast cancer, self‑breast exams, and the importance of early detection. We are a proud partner of the Think Pink program an annual event that distributes free “education bags” on Think Pink Day in October. In its first year, Think Pink distributed 500 bags and today that number has grown to more than 40,000 bags. Visit the Nor-Cal Think Pink website to learn more or volunteer.
In addition to Think Pink, we raise valuable funds for the Downtown Redding Soroptimist group to support local, low-income women in getting mammograms.
Supporting our Friends and Neighbors
We devote our resources and energy to many local programs, including One Safe Place, an organization supporting those affected by domestic violence and sexual assault; Shasta Regional Community Foundation, a nonprofit public charity serving Shasta and Siskiyou Counties; The Lung Affair, a local program that assists lung cancer patients; and the Sober Grad Program, which educates high‑school seniors about the dangers of drinking and driving. We are also a proud supporter of the Good News Rescue Mission, where our staff and administration serve lunches to the homeless every year.
In addition to providing funding to Viva Downtown for its 2004 restoration of the historic Cascade Theatre, we remain an active member of the Redding Chamber of Commerce and have been recognized as both a Business of the Year and Best Company to work for in Shasta County.
Continuing the Legacy
Our history demonstrates our support of other, numerous organizations and projects, such as American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life and Luminaria Ceremony, Red Ribbon Week, Taste of Redding, 20/30 Club’s Sundial Film Festival, CASA’s Superhero Run, and Shasta Regional Medical Center’s annual Turkey Trot.
We continue to identify ways to engage with our community through local programs and businesses that make Shasta County a great place to live and raise our families.
If you would like us to consider supporting your organization or project, contact our Marketing Department at 530.243.1249.