Congratulations to the 3 winners of our Heart 2 Heart Raffle! 💗

🥇 Grand Prize: Ben Masten

🥈 Prize #2: Jan Beatty

🥉 Prize #3: Sherri Brandner

Thank you so much to everyone that participated in the Heart 2 Heart Raffle! 🙏 All of the proceeds will go towards helping the Clinic provide much needed medical and pharmacy services to uninsured, working-age adults in Cabarrus County.

❤️ 1st Drawing/GRAND PRIZE

Enjoy a romantic one-night stay at a luxury hotel in Charlotte, plus $250 in hotel amenities to treat your Valentine with!

The first drawing will be for the grand prize, which includes…

One (1) night getaway experience at JW Marriott Charlotte*
(600 South College St, Charlotte, NC)

$250 gift card for hotel amenities
(Spa day, dinner, and other hotel offerings)

*Mutually agreeable date to be determined between winner and sponsor.

❤️ 2nd Drawing

Dinner for 2 by Louci’s Catering

Your choice of one of the following main courses:

  • Classic chicken marsala (salad, garlic knots & chocolate mousse)
  • Beef short ribs over creamy mashed potatoes (salad, garlic knots & chocolate mousse)
  • Classic lasagna (salad, garlic knots & cannolis)

All dinners include a pairing of either white or red wine or champagne.

Local delivery available on Friday, February 11 or Saturday, February 12.

❤️ 3rd Drawing

Valentine’s Day Basket

Delight your Valentine with a gift basket of Godiva truffles and wine, plus a beautiful bouquet of flowers!

What’s included:

  • Box of 24 dark chocolate truffles by Godiva
  • Biltmore Estate Limited Release Zinfandel
  • $50 gift certificate to Chelish Moore Flowers

About the Community Free Clinic

The Community Free Clinic works to remove barriers to healthcare access for Cabarrus County’s uninsured. We do this by providing free healthcare and pharmacy services, giving uninsured patients the care that they need, when they need it.

Without the continued support of our community, our patients would not be able to afford the out-of-pocket costs of seeing a doctor. Many of them wouldn’t be able to afford their medications.

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