Seabrook Racquet Sports Club Hosts Charity Fundraiser

Categories: Charleston Gives, News, Other
Seabrook’s Racquet Sports Club held its largest annual charity event of the year on Friday, March 25th, to support free health care services at Barrier Islands Free Medical Clinic. The event featured over 60 attendants to raise over $10,000 that will go towards the Clinic’s mission of providing free primary care and over 19 sub specialties …

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Clinic Receives Large Grant from Bishop Gadsden Retirement Community

Categories: Charleston Gives, News, Non-Profit
Johns Island, SC, March 7, 2022 – Barrier Islands Free Medical Clinic is thrilled to announce that it has been selected as a recipient of a 2021 Bishop Gadsden Charitable Fund Grant, receiving an award of $79,000. The generous gift from the Bishop Gadsden Episcopal Retirement Community will enhance Barrier Islands Free Medical Clinic’s commitment …

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BIFMC Receives $50,000 Grant Award from The Leon Levine Foundation

Categories: Charleston Gives, Donor Spotlight, News, Non-Profit
Barrier Islands Free Medical Clinic is thrilled to announce that it has been selected as one of The Leon Levine Foundation (TLLF) Grant recipients for 2021, receiving a grant award of $50,000. The philanthropic foundation, based in Charlotte, NC, considers healthcare proposals from nonprofits with the mission to improve access to quality medical care and …

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Community Partners: Lowcountry Blessing Box Project

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Looking for a way to help your community, or in need of supplementing your own pantry? The Lowcountry Blessing Box Project is a great neighbor-to-neighbor effort to provide families with non-perishables, foods and other essential items like diapers, sun screen, and toiletries. The Blessings Box Project aims to decrease food insecurity in the Charleston area, …

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Healthcare Intern Confidential: “What’s The Catch?”

Categories: Blog, Charleston Gives, Non-Profit
“What’s The Catch?“The perspective of a student intern on the operations of a free health clinic “What are your summer plans?” is a question all students are asked every spring. To my delight, I explain my opportunity to learn from and contribute to the daily operations at Barrier Islands Free Medical Clinic, located on Johns Island, …

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