The 2020 MicroClinic Initiative Newsletter brings you updates about our programs in Kenya, details about upcoming events, opportunities to get involved, and more. View this email in your browser
Dedicated to the health of mothers and their families in Kenya
Mark Your Calendars for
Our Upcoming Fundraisers
2020 MicroClinic has two fundraisers in September to benefit mothers and babies in rural Kenya. If you're going to be in the Los Angeles or Rochester area, come join us for a day of fun all while supporting a great cause!
Bowling for Babies will be held at Pinz Bowling Alley in Studio City, CA
on Sunday, September 15th
Birdies for Babies will be held at Ravenwood Golf Club in Victor, NY
on Monday, September 23rd
To donate or register for Bowling for Babies, click HERE.
To donate or register for Birdies for Babies, click HERE.
If you have any questions in the meantime, please feel free to email Hannah at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kenya Needs Our Help
Kenya is facing a large shortage of health professionals and technicians at all levels of service delivery. With a population of about 45 million, and only 4,000 registered public health officers, many Kenyans are not getting the health services that they so desperately need.
This is where 2020 MicroClinic comes in! With each donation, we can provide medical screenings, easier access to medication, health education, and clothing for newborn babies.
With all of your continued support, we can make a huge impact. Thank you to everyone who has donated and continues to make 2020 MicroClinic a success!
A patient getting her blood pressure taken at Rotary Medical Camp in Kenya.
Donors of the Month: Diane & Richard Bradford
2020 MicroClinic has so many wonderful supporters and we like to dedicate a portion of our newsletter to a special Donor of the Month. For this month, we have chosen to honor Diane and Richard Bradford for their many generous contributions over the years.
Diane and Richard live in Cedar Rapids, Iowa where they work (Diane at Geonetric, Richard at Collins Aerospace), play with their 2-month-old grandson, contribute time and energy to various community organizations, and ride bikes very long distances (see photo below).
We are so grateful to have such a giving community and we wouldn't be able to do what we do without all of your help. Every single donation makes an impact on the lives of mothers, babies, and the elderly living in rural areas of Kenya who would not otherwise be able to access proper healthcare.
Diane and Richard Bradford on the banks of the Mississippi River, 2019 RAGBRAI
(Register's Annual Great Bicycle Ride Across Iowa)