Corvette Cruisers donate $10,000
to Gwinnett Community Clinic
The Corvette Cruisers of Atlanta have just completed a fundraiser for the Gwinnett Community Clinic, with the assistance of Norman Freid, MD.
The fundraiser, over a 6 month period, was a raffle for a golf cart, donated by Kart Guys in Loganville. The Corvette Cruisers presented a check for $10,000 to the Gwinnett Community Clinic in December 2014.
You can see the winner of the golf cart and Dr Freid on the club’s web site, www.corvettecruisersofatlanta.com.
Corvette Cruisers of Atlanta formed 6 years ago and is charity driven. Earlier this year they donated $2,500 to the City of Lawrenceville, through Paws Alive, for vests and other miscellaneous equipment for their patrol canines. And over $5,000 to Belinda Lamb, totally disabled since birth, to help with the family van repairs and a new medical bed at her home. They are already working on their fundraiser plans for 2015, including an all Corvette show at the Old Towne Tavern next April, for a family’s father who is totally disabled from a tragic fall at their home, while performing outside yard work. Corvette Cruisers of Atlanta thanks Olde Towne Tavern. They have been very supportive over the years.
The Gwinnett Community Clinic serves primarily Gwinnett County tax payers, but is open to the surrounding counties as well.
About The Gwinnett Community Clinic
The Clinic serves over 1,250 unique individuals per year and is staffed by volunteer health care professionals. The clinic is a joint venture of medical professionals, Eastside Medical Center and concerned members of the general community.The GCC is located in the Heritage Center, off Highway 78, on part of Eastside Medical Center's dual campus, which donates this space for GCC to operate the clinic. The patients are seen two nights each week, on the first through the fourth weeks of each month, on Tuesdays and Thursdays by appointment only.
For more information visit www.gwinnettcommunityclinic.org