FISH Needs Food! The pantry is bare!

October 22, 2012

FISH needs food in the pantry. We need more food in the food pantry, folks. We need non-perishable food of every kind, boxed meals, peanut butter, pasta, pasta sauce, soup and crackers, macaroni and cheese, canned meat, rice, noodles, cereal, canned fruit, vegetables and fruit juices. Other non-food items needed are toilet paper, toothbrushes, toothpaste, soap, detergent and dish soap.
You can drop off the food five days per week, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., most of the time. We have a grocery cart at the end of the hallway. It is located at the north door by the road we call the alley – right by the parking lot.

Progress of the Campaign (Update!)

October 11, 2012
NCHS challenged MCFreeClinic to raise $300,000 towards the purchase, extension, remodeling, furnishing and equipping of 816 South Mill Street. They agreed to match cash that we raise 3:1 for a maximum gift of $900,000. The upper bar chart (Dr. Mary Ludwig Building Fund) portrays our progress towards the goal of $300,000. The second Bar Chart, “Pledged” refers to funds that have been pledged (Dr. Mary Ludwig Operating Fund). Should we achieve our goal of $300,000, prior to due date of a pledge, those funds will go towards operating costs during the first two years of operation rather than capital costs.For instructions to make an ONLINE contribution, click HERE.

How is the campaign to meet the challenge of NCHS progressing?

October 10, 2012
NCHS challenged MCFreeClinic to raise $300,000 towards the purchase, extension, remodeling, furnishing and equipping of 816 South Mill Street. They agreed to match cash that we raise 3:1 for a maximum gift of $900,000. The upper bar chart (Dr. Mary Ludwig Building Fund) portrays our progress towards the goal of $300,000. 
The second Bar Chart, “Pledged” refers to funds that have been pledged (Dr. Mary Ludwig Operating Fund). Should we achieve our goal of $300,000, prior to due date of a pledge, those funds will go towards operating costs during the first two years of operation rather than capital costs.