The free health clinic is seeking donations to enable their faith-based organization help more people
In just a little more than a year, the free health service known as Hope Clinic of Ross County is seeing tremendous growth. But, with that growth, comes the need for more donations to operate the clinic.
Diana Spetnagle is the Fund Development Coordinator for Hope Clinic of Ross County says the Monday night clinic is only available to people who do NOT have health insurance coverage of any kind. The average cost of assessing a clinic, costs an estimated $25, which is what the clinic is asking the community to help sponsor.
Hope Clinic is selling 1,000 bumper stickers that say "Count Me In". Each costs $25.
They will also be at the Saturday Farmer's Market each Saturday in June, then the first Saturday of the month for the remainder of the season.
Go to their Facebook page for more information.