BEAUMONT - A Non profit health clinic is hosting a fundraiser tonight for people who receive treatment from the Ubi Caritas health clinic in Beaumont.
Ubi Caritas, which means place of mercy, provides medical services to the uninsured working poor of Beaumont and currently sees 600-800 patients monthly.
Cost $50 per person/ $500 for reserved table of 10. Price includes dinner and beer/wine bar. Casual Attire. You can purchase tickets at the door or in advance.
Featured band: "Three Car Garage"
Please call James Grant @ 409-832-1924 X115 for tickets and sponsor opportunities or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Ubi Caritas Clinic - A truly unique ministry for our community, has provided healthcare to the uninsured since 1998. It is the only full-time clinic in the Beaumont area dedicated exclusively to serving the uninsured.
More than 38,000—one in every three—person in Beaumont/Jefferson County area lack health insurance. The demand for low-cost care in this area is consistently greater than available community resources. Primary healthcare for the uninsured is grossly inadequate, and specialty care is almost non-existent. Ubi Caritas is providing an accessible option for many to receive affordable primary health care.
We invite you to join us in this effort to improve the quality of life for not just a few but for everyone in our community.
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