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!!
Last week the NAFC held the 2015 NAFC Charitable Health Care Symposium. This 10th annual meeting of the organization was held at the beautiful Omni Rancho Las Palmas Resort in Palm Springs, California. This year the meeting had approximately 350 attendees, with 35 states and over 126 clinics from across the country represented!
Last week the House of Representatives approved H.R. 3134 the Defund Planned Parenthood Act by a vote of 241-187. This bill would invest an additional $235 million in FQHCs to support women’s health. There is discussion that there could be additional funding available for other safety net medical providers such as Free and Charitable Clinics.
As kid and teens across the country prepare to go back to school, help set them up for success. Whether you’re a parent looking for information about health insurance, or a clinic looking for outreach materials to share with families, the Connecting Kids to Coverage National Campaign is here to help.
Today the Supreme Court issued its ruling on the King v. Burwell case which discussed the elimination of federal subsidies for millions of newly insured individuals...
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