Double your donation on Sept. 21!
You can double your gift to the Free Clinic on Thursday, Sept. 21. Be part of Give More 24 by visiting give-more-24.org and choosing Free Clinic of Southwest Washington. Donate $10 or more and have your gift doubled (up to a total of $11,000) by generous donors! It’s a quick and easy way to help us with costs like the medicine and medical supplies our patients need. Thank you!
Spanish Interpreters: Many of our patients speak Spanish as their first language. We have an urgent need for interpreters! Please visit our Volunteer Openings page for details.
Dental assistants & externs: We need you! Interested? Email your contact information to Vicky at email@example.com.
Want to make a BIG difference in the lives of others?
The Free Clinic of Southwest Washington Project Access program is looking for reliable volunteers to help patients with specialty care. Interested? Check out the position description here. Click here to apply. Email Angela with questions.
Fred Meyer Community Rewards Program
Already a Rewards Program member? Many thanks!
Not a member yet? Join today! It’s free, it’s easy and it will generate a donation to the Free Clinic every time you use your Fred Meyer Rewards Card. Don’t have a Rewards Card? Pick one up at any Fred Meyer customer service desk. Then go to our donations page and scroll down to link with the Fred Meyer Community Rewards frequently asked questions page and find out how to use your card to support the Free Clinic. You’ll be guided through the step-by-step process of creating an account and linking your card with the Free Clinic. Every purchase you make, including gas, will send a donation our way!
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Free Clinic services include:
- Medical Services
- Dental Services
- Vision Services
- Children’s Immunization & Preventive Oral Health
- Adult Immunization
- Sports Physicals
- Health Screenings
- Medication Assistance
The mission of the Free Clinic of Southwest Washington is to provide and facilitate access to free, compassionate, quality health care for children and adults who are otherwise unable to obtain such services.