MLK Day of Service

Lincoln Internal Medicine Makes Contribution to Hesed House of Hope

Date: 7/9/23
Lincoln Internal Medicine, as a part of its annual MLK Day of Service, is proud to announce a
donation in the amount of $2,500 made to Hesed House of Hope. Hesed House of Hope is a non-profit
organization, currently serving as the only homeless shelter in Lincoln County. Hesed House, under the
leadership of Keith Poston, Executive Director, acts to provide temporary housing to allow an individual
to regroup and re-establish their footing, in partnership with DSS and other vital agencies.
“There is a warmth and kindness that emanates from Hesed House, manifesting as a vital
service to our community, allowing individuals who may have been dealt a difficult hand assistance in
their time of need. We’re proud to offer a modest donation, also understanding that there is need for
volunteers, especially those with backgrounds in behavioral health,” notes David Meyer, MD.
All funds donated were derived from Lincoln Internal Medicine’s Martin Luther Kind Jr. (MLK)
Day of Service, on January 16 th 2023. Without the leadership of Lincoln Internal Medicine’s MedServe
fellow, Breyia Spruill, this community outreach effort would not have been possible.


Lincoln Internal Medicine Announces Donation, Partnership with D-Xperience of Lincolnton

Date: 6/9/22

Aims to Increase Funding for Early Education for Lincoln County Children, Families in Need
Lincoln County, NC – Lincoln Internal Medicine, an independent adult primary care practice was recently
proud to announce its partnership with D-Xperience (Lincolnton), a local non-profit after school &
summer camp program that focuses on S.T.E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics)
education and affordable childcare services. The program assists students with homework, EOG exam
preparation, math, reading, social studies, financial literacy and many STEM activities. Some of the
STEM activities that are incorporated by the program are robotics, coding, science, and rocketry. D-
Xperience prides itself on being the most affordable program of its kind in Lincoln County regardless of a
family’s socioeconomic status which is one of their main goals. A donation of $3,000 was made to D-
Xperience with the intent to support local students and families in financial need, aligning with the
program’s mission of allowing affordable and equitable childcare solutions for pre-Kindergarten and
Elementary school-aged students in Lincoln County.

Lincoln Internal Medicine, an adult primary care independent practice serving the greater
Lincoln County community for the last 20 years, is proud to offer this donation in support of Lincoln
County students and families. All funds donated are derived from proceeds earned during their Martin
Luther King Jr. (MLK) Day of Service which took place on January 17, 2022 and was inspired by Dr. King’s
commitment to service and equity. President of Lincoln Internal Medicine, David Meyer, MD, notes, “We
are so appreciative of the endless support D-Xperience and other childcare programs in Lincoln County
have offered the children and families in our community during these last couple challenging years,
especially during the pandemic. We would also like to thank Breyia Spruill, our resident MedServe
fellow, who has fostered this important partnership, allowing it to flourish.”


About Lincoln Internal Medicine: An independent practice offering adult primary care. Board-certified
Internal Medicine physicians include Toma Radut, MD; Gabriela Meyer, MD (dual-certified also in
Geriatrics), and David Meyer, MD. Lincoln Internal Medicine may be reached at 704-736-9188.