Make a Difference with One Medical Group

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At One Medical Group, we believe everyone should have access to proper nutrition. That’s why we’re inviting you to partner with us in making an impact on hunger in your community.

We’ve teamed up with local food banks to provide nutritious meals to families in need. For every new member who joins One Medical with code 2GETHER by June 15, we’ll donate $30 to a local food bank–that feeds a family for over a month!

How can I help?

Members: Share the special offer below with your friends and family. They’ll enjoy a discount on membership and access to the same high-quality care and stress-free service you’ve come to love.

Friends and family: Receive three free months of membership when you join One Medical by June 15 with code 2GETHER. Simply sign up at and enter your promo code on the final page of registration.


Together, we’ll help families in your community get the nutrition they need.

Where will I make a difference?

BostonThe Greater Boston Food Bank

ChicagoGreater Chicago Food Depository

New York CityCity Harvest

San Francisco Bay AreaSF-Marin Food Bank and Second Harvest Food Bank

Washington, DCCapital Area Food Bank

Later in July, we’ll look forward to updating you on the impact you’ve made.  Thanks for joining us in this effort to feed hungry neighbors in our communities!



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