The Free Clinic’s operating budget is made possible through donations by individuals, corporations and foundations.  Donations GREATLY appreciated – Send donations to Free Clinic of the Greater Menomonie Area, P.O. Box 624 Menomonie, WI 54751.

Recent Generous Donations to the Menomonie Free Clinic

Weekend Warrior Raffle Prizes 2017

Barrel Room, Menomonie, WI – Sponsoring our 2nd annual benefit night with sale proceeds towards Free Clinic

Tough Green Challenge Golf Fundraiser 7.30.16The Tough Green Challenge Golf Tournment, Menomonie Country Club

Sponsored by John Deere Tractor Central

 

 

 

ConAgra Foods, Inc. – Grant for general support for patients and clinic operations

Dunn Energy Cooperative – Grant for computer to assist with patient education

Byron Olson Memorial Fund – Grant to assist Dunn Co. residents in need of dental care

Walmart Retail – Grant to assist with operations

Walmart Distribution Center – Grant to assist with operations

Our Saviors Lutheran Church Mission Endowment – Grant to offset pharmacy costs
Donations can also be made online via PayPal or any of the credit card listed below:


Donate

Here is a list of tangible items that donors could give
Since the Free Clinic is open on a limited bases we ask that drop off of donations be arranged by calling 715-308-3808
  • Travel size toothpaste, dental floss and tooth brushes
  • Office supplies (copy paper, black ink pens, staples, etc.)
  • Gas Cards
  • Health Education DVD movies
  • Any unexpired and unopened prescription medication
  • Stethoscopes
  • Temporal Thermometer
  • White office paper
  • Yellow office paper
  • Scanner for entering patient data
  • Tissue

The clinic does not charge fees for its services.  Here’s a sample break down of how your donations will help:

  • $1,000 provides one day clinic.
  • $250 provides one patient with pharmacy services.
  • $100 provides one year of blood pressure medication for a patient.
  • $50 provides six (6) months of test strips for a diabetic patient.
  • $25 provides one (1) month of syringes for a diabetic patient.
  • Even with full funding and full implementation of the Affordable Care
  • Act of 2010, there will continue to be a need for the Community Free Clinic’s programs and services.
  • Our goal is to Keep People Healthy so they can work and take care of themselves and their loved ones