Health and Hope Clinic’s annual fundraiser, Christmas at the Clinic, will take place at 6 p.m., Tuesday, December 1, 2020 at Pensacola Country Club, located at 1500 Bayshore Drive.
Proceeds from the gala benefit the Health and Hope Clinic, a volunteer and donor-driven medical and dental clinic to help meet the needs of the underserved and uninsured in Pensacola and surrounding areas.
The cost to attend the gala is $50 per person. Purchase tickets online at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/christmas-at-the-clinic-tickets- or follow the link on their website via http://www.healthandhopeclinic.org.
The event will display beautifully decorated Christmas trees and wreaths donated by area decorators, florists and businesses. The evening will include a Silent Auction of the trees and wreaths with gift cards/certificates from your favorite businesses in Pensacola, along with a Live Auction emceed by Marty Stanovich of The First Tee of Northwest Florida. Some of those live auction items include a one-week ski vacation (including lift tickets) at the beautiful Marriott Resort Villas in Breckinridge donated by NurseSpring, diamond necklace by BERE’ Jewelers, and a Christmas Puppy donated by Petland including a “Homecoming Kit.”
At the Gala, enjoy heavy hors d’oeuvres, desserts, and live entertainment.
Limited capacity, COVID precautions, and adherence to CDC Guidelines will ensure the safety of all guests. An outside tent will be set up, as well as the dining room at Pensacola Country Club, ensuring maximum social distancing opportunities while providing this LIVE Christmas event.
For more information call (850) 748-4456 or email email@example.com.
Sponsorships, both personal and corporate, are essential to the success of Christmas at the Clinic. The opportunities to support Christmas at the Clinic are nearly endless, from in-kind sponsorships of goods or services to monetary sponsorships.
About the Health and Hope Clinic – Health and Hope Clinic is a volunteer and donor-driven medical and dental clinic for the uninsured and underserved in Pensacola and surrounding areas. Last year alone, they provided 2.5 million dollars in medical and dental services. The clinic performs these services with 222 volunteers, including 70 licensed medical providers. The clinic’s goal is to provide accessible and equitable primary medical, dental and preventive care to those in need. Health and Hope Clinic relies on the generosity of its contributors and volunteers to accomplish its mission of “providing health and hope to the hurting.”