FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CONCORD, NC — The Community Free Clinic has selected Kimberly Jones as its Development Director. Jones joins the nonprofit organization that has served uninsured adults in Cabarrus County for over 25 years.
“Kimberly brings a personal and professional commitment to Cabarrus County,” said Nancy Litton, Executive Director. “She has a well-rounded understanding of our community’s needs and the resources needed to address those needs. Community Free Clinic is privileged to have her working for the healthcare needs of Cabarrus County’s uninsured. With Kimberly’s help we will continue to close the gaps and strengthen the healthcare safety net. Our Board membership, staff and volunteers join me in welcoming Kimberly to Community Free Clinic, where Health Happens!”
Prior to joining The Community Free Clinic, Jones worked as the Resource Development Director for Habitat for Humanity Cabarrus County. She worked in the private sector for over 20 years before making the move to nonprofit.
“I appreciate The Community Free Clinic’s confidence in me and am so excited to be a part of this wonderful organization that serves uninsured adults in Cabarrus County,” says Jones. “I look forward to working with Nancy and the entire team to continue supporting vulnerable populations in our community.”
About the Community Free Clinic
Community Free Clinic (CFC) provides primary care and pharmacy services for low-income uninsured Cabarrus County adults. We treat chronic conditions for adults who might otherwise neglect care and allow their condition(s) to worsen and/or seek care through the hospital Emergency Department. During COVID-19 we are supporting our patients using telehealth tools and processes to ensure continuity of care. Community Free Clinic is a private, 501(c)(3) nonprofit, receiving financial support from individuals, corporations, civic organizations, government agencies, and the faith community. CFC is a partner agency of United Way and funding is also provided by private and community foundations within the Charlotte region. Visit communityfreeclinic.org for more information.