2020 Charities

2020 Charities

The Free CLinic

“Since opening its doors, the clinic has treated over 4,000 unique patients in more than 7,000 patient visits, averaging 25-30 patients a week. Uninsured patients 18 and older from low-income backgrounds are seen based on severity of condition. The Free Clinic is helping to close the healthcare gap in Lubbock, Texas.”

OPen door

“Open Door began its ministry with people experiencing homelessness in 1997 when members of Broadway Church of Christ saw a need for homeless people to develop community and connect with resources. Originally housed in a donated church building in North Overton, Open Door opened as a community center for those in the neighborhood who needed a place to go.”

Voice of hope

“Voice of Hope Rape Crisis offers help, hope, and healing to all persons impacted by sexual violence through advocacy, awareness, and collaboration in the Lubbock and surrounding communities.”

CASA OF THE SOUTH PLAINS

“CASA of the South Plains recruits, trains, and supports a diverse community of volunteers who advocate for the best interests of abused and neglected children in the foster care system. CASA, Court Appointed Special Advocates, provide these children with a voice while their case is in the court system. CASA’s vision is to provide a CASA Volunteer for every child in foster care who strives to secure a safe, nurturing, permanent home.”

Lubbock MEals on the wheels

“Lubbock Meals on Wheels serves over 800 meals each day and over 250 meals each weekend in the Lubbock community. LMOW continues to coordinate with local resources and implement programming to help our clients remain independent, at home, and connected to their community.”

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