Is your group or club looking for a community project?
You may not have a medical background, but you can still support the clinic by providing a meal for the volunteers who work on Wednesday evenings. Many of our volunteers come to the clinic on Wednesday evenings after working all day. They appreciate an evening meal after the clinic has closed. If you or your group would like to provide a simple evening meal for our volunteers, call the clinic and let us know! One of the volunteers will contact you with further information.
We need simple meals that will serve approximately 15 people. Your group can decide how many meals you want to provide—once a year, or once a month. The volunteers are not picky eaters and appreciate your efforts!" Let us know if you have questions....thank you for your help!
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Food donations for volunteers gratefully accepted.
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Are you interested in becoming a Volunteer??
Would you like to Donate food for our Volunteers on Wednesday Evenings?
If so, or you would like more information please fill in the form below and we will contact you as soon as possible!!
Would you like to make a donation?
Please send a tax deductible donation made payable to:
Faith Community Health Clinic
P.O. Box 972,
Angola, IN 46703
We love our customers, so feel free to visit during normal business hours.
Faith Community Health Clinic, PO Box 972, 909 S Darling Street, Angola, IN 46703 S
04:45 pm – 08:00 pm
MISSION STATEMENT In Response to God’s plan to care for one another, it is the mission of Faith Community Health Clinic, Inc. to provide healthcare to Steuben County residents who are in need. We strive to bring together resources from the entire community, in order to minister to the whole person in a loving and compassionate manner.