InterFaith Health Clinic is hosting its sixth annual Halloween-themed fundraiser on Thursday, Oct. 25 at Bridgewater Event Center for a night of spooky fun and “trick or trivia” teams from all over the city to raise money for healthcare services to the underserved.
The goal is to raise $60,000 in order to provide greater health care benefits or opportunities for the working uninsured in the community.
Guests can wear costumes as they take part in the fun and could be elligible to win prizes for their costume creativity. The winning team of the Trick or Trivia game gets the coveted Golden Brain trophy as a demonstration of which team is the “smartest” in this year’s event.
To buy tickets or a sponsorship, call 865-243-3035, or go online at http://www.interfaithhealthclinic.org/trick-or-trivia-night.html. If you have questions, contact Development Director Missy Standifer at 865-243-3035 or email@example.com.
WATE-TV is a proud sponsor of this event along with Tennova Health Care and Sertoma Club of Knoxville.
InterFaith Clinic was established in 1991 to serve the low-income, working uninsured and underserved and to date has provided over 400,000 patient encounters to more than 24,000 individual patients. InterFaith provides comprehensive access to medical, dental, mental health, and prescription drug services and charges patients according to a sliding fee scale based on household size and income. With a small paid staff and a large network of volunteers, InterFaith receives financial support from individuals, foundations, area churches, city and county governments, civic organizations, the United Way of Greater Knoxville, and the state of Tennessee.