Stuart-Kicking off the holiday season, many generous individuals joined the celebration of giving by participating in Volunteers in Medicine (VIM) Clinic’s own #GivingTuesday campaign, #GiveRNcare, held November 29th. Raising $3,200 for the Volunteer RN program was an opportunity for donors to honor the registered nurses who have made a difference in so many lives.
Supporters donated $35 for each hour of Volunteer RN care, for a total of nearly 92 hours of Volunteer RN care. In addition, many participated in the #GiveRNcare social media campaign by sharing stories of favorite nurses, nurses who made a difference; and why we can’t live without nurses. Some volunteer nurses shared video testimonials about their nursing career inspiration and stories about special patients they will never forget.
The staff at Volunteers in Medicine Clinic is extremely grateful to everyone who participated in the #GiveRNcare campaign through their donations, social media posts, and sharing encouraging stories about the joys of nursing.
Volunteers in Medicine Clinic provides free, comprehensive medical care to uninsured Martin County residents. Prospective patients must have an income of $23,760 or less. For additional information, call 772-463-4128.