Friday, May 17 at 6:00 pm
Join us for a FREE evening of food and fun, featuring yummy BBQ, fun and games, silent auction, and a chance to hear more about Living Well Clinic and the work we are doing in the Miami Valley! We can’t wait to see you!
Uncle Jumbo’s Catered Creations will be catering our dinner with Beautiful BBQ, Sumptuous Sides, and Irresistible Ice-Cream. You won’t want to miss this delicious opportunity!!
A Chance to Give
Don’t forget your checkbooks! We will have a silent auction happening during the event with opportunities to win an amazing gift or event for you and your family to enjoy! You will also hear about the work we are doing and have an opportunity to give during our dinner.
Fun Games for Kids & Adults
Bring the Kids! We will have a bouncy house, lawn games for kids and adults, balloon animals, and lots of room to run and play! Plus, did we mention there will be Ice-Cream?!!
We are looking for sponsors for this event. You can sponsor the full event, host or sponsor a table, or donate an item/event to the silent auction. Click the picture above to contact our Director about sponsorships.
Why Support Living Well Clinic
What our patients have to say:
“The staff is great! They recognize me. They are always attentive and want to know if you have any issues and what can they do to help get you a little better.” – Anthony
“[LWC] has probably saved my life. Oh, I got flush sometimes, but I thought it was just old age. I probably would have had a stroke or a heart attack, so you guys saved me.” – Sharon
“I didn’t have medical insurance, and it’s just been an absolute blessing…meeting everyone here and getting help.” – Charles
What our volunteers have to say:
“For basically my whole career I have been treating underserved populations, so when I found out about the opportunity to serve at LWC it really meshed well with what my mission was up to that point. So, it was pretty much a no-brainer to come on staff.” – Dr Misti Grimson (Care Provider)
“I love serving people and I wanted to be part of a ministry that helps facilitate a place where people can have their physical needs met and as a result, meet their needs spiritually.” – Amy Thompson (Office/Reception)
“We had a tough patient, but over the years she has softened. And now we have started to get some hugs and phone calls. It’s just really neat to see how her attitude has change as time passed.” – Diana Jones (Nurse)
Days until the BBQ Party!!