Good Samaritan Clinic receives grant

Dec 06, 2013
Kristin Gruner, PA-C accepts a check on behalf of the Good Samaritan Clinic from Haywood County Community Foundation representative Clay Dangerfield as Jim Bromley looks on.

The Good Samaritan Clinic received a $1,000 grant from the Haywood County Unrestricted Endowment through a recommendation from the board of the Haywood County Community Foundation, an affiliate of the North Carolina Community Foundation.

These funds will be used for expenses related to adding an additional provider at the clinic.

The Good Samaritan Clinic has been providing care for low-income adults since 1999.  The clinic continues to be an integral part of the health delivery system in Haywood County providing care for over 4,600 active patients.  The clinic is currently exploring relationships with other healthcare partners to increase access to new patients.

The North Carolina Community Foundation and Haywood County Community Foundation are recognized leaders in philanthropy locally and across the state.  Working together these two entities are able to expand charitable giving, strengthen nonprofits, and enhance the vitality of communities across our state.

 

*Accepting a check on behalf of GSC, Kristin Gruner, PA-C and Haywood County Community Foundation representative, Clay Dangerfield.

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