Earlier this year, the NAFC launched Impact15 - a national health pledge program all about how small changes can have big impacts on our health. While we are celebrating the NAFC’s 15th Anniversary, we wanted to do something that would encourage each of us to take care of ourselves and our health, and to create small obtainable goals that will have a big impact on having healthier lives.
The National Association of Free and Charitable Clinics (NAFC) is honored and grateful to have its 15th Anniversary recognized by Speaker Paul Ryan and Senator Shelley Moore Capito from West Virginia in conjunction with its 2016 Charitable Health Care Symposium.
A Response of Love, Support and Determination from Sheri Wood, NAFC Board Member and Past Board President...
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At the NAFC 1-day C.A.R.E. Clinic this past April, over $1 million in health care services was provided to more than 1,100 people in the Dallas area who struggle with access to affordable health care.
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After we give thanks and eat some turkey on Thanksgiving, shop the deals on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, there is a way give back to others that need our help – by participating in Giving Tuesday! Giving Tuesday is a national movement that focuses on giving back to those in need.
The NAFC is excited to share two ways that you can give back to our organization while doing your holiday shopping!! First, we are excited to introduce our Bravelets page: https://www.bravelets.com/bravepage/NAFC. Another option to support the NAFC while shopping this holiday season is through AmazonSmile! You shop, Amazon gives!!