There is a day for giving thanks, a couple days for getting those good shopping deals, but what about a day to give back?
Right after Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Cyber Monday comes a very important day – Giving Tuesday!! Giving Tuesday is a national movement that focuses on giving back to those in need. You are encouraged to support a charity or non-profit (such as the NAFC) by donating, or by volunteering your time and talents in your community, for example at your local Free or Charitable Clinic.READ MORE
The National Association of Free and Charitable Clinics will be holding its next C.A.R.E. (Communities Are Responding Everyday) Clinic in Madison, WI on Saturday, August 9, 2014 at the Exhibition Hall at the Alliant Energy Center.READ MORE
Though one clinic may have closed, many clinics are expanding hours and health care services to serve a steady patient demand, even in the face of ACA implementation.READ MORE
This week is National Volunteer Week, and the National Association of Free and Charitable Clinics (NAFC) would like to take a moment to thank all of our incredible volunteers for their efforts to give back with their time and talents.READ MORE
On behalf of the NAFC Board of Directors, our members and our staff I would like to wish you a Happy Holiday. It is our hope that your Holiday season is full of laughter, love and hope.READ MORE
There is a day for giving thanks, a couple days for getting those good shopping deals, but what about a day to give back?READ MORE
On October 1, 2013 individuals who are uninsured will have the opportunity to review, enroll and purchase health insurance through health insurance exchanges in states across the country. While there has been much speculation about costs prior to this date, individuals and their families can review true costs starting Tuesday by visiting www.healthcare.gov
Also, on this website there is information on where people can get local and in-person help to make this process easier.READ MORE
The NAFC is excited to share a great article from the front page of today's Washington Post. This important piece highlights the plight and future of our patients, clinics and volunteers as the Affordable Care Act continues implementation. The NAFC thanks the Washington Post for continuing to tell the story of the NAFC, of our member clinics such as the one highlighted in this article - the Arlington Free Clinic, and of our patients who continue to battle with the need for access to medical care.READ MORE
Congratulations to the NAFC Executive Director Nicole Lamoureux for being honored and recognized in the Non Profit Times 2013 Power and Influence Top 50 Honorees list. The staff and board are very proud of Nicole for this well-deserved recognition.
Below are the excerpts from the article:READ MORE