We are kicking off the Holiday season with GIVE ONE RAISE TWO!
Whatever amount you donate, our sponsors will match it!
Got a dollar? Make it $2!
December 1-10, double your donation!
For the 3rd year in a row, our annual Give One Raise Two is the largest fundraiser of the year.
In 2014, roughly 84% of our revenue went towards program services.
A whopping 23% of revenue came from private donations.
Donations, big or small, from generous people like YOU immensely impact our ability to continue providing the health care and support our homeless community desperately needs.
Thank you for all that you do and for your continuing heartfelt support of our work.
Are you in the market for a new Subaru?
Mark Miller Subaru is ramping up to SHARE THE LOVE. Fourth Street Clinic has been selected as one of the hometown charities! Starting November 19th, if you purchase a Subaru, Fourth Street Clinic will receive $250 from Subaru National and an additional $50.00 from our local Mark Miller Subaru.
What could $300 provide Fourth Street Clinic and its patients?
60 Flu Shots
48 Case Management Visits
30 Wellness Classes
6 Tooth Extractions
2 Mental Health Screenings
1 Mammogram Screening
Visit www.markmillersubaru.com to learn more or head down to Mark Miller Subaru at their Midtown or Southtown locations today.
Fourth Street Clinic received heaps and heaps of beautiful hats, scarves, and blanklets all hand knit by the Utah State prisoners.
We are so very grateful for this generous donation, especially since winter seems to have fallen upon us just this week! Our patients are feeling this seasonal change, and these warm winter items are desperately needed. This donation comes to us from the Utah State prisoners with the help of JB Henriksen, firm partner at Advanced CFO Solutions, and his wife, Janet who dedicate their time at the prison every week to teach the prisoners knitting. Thank you so much!
On October 9, 2015, our very own, Alison Wright, medical director at the Fourth Street Clinic received BYU's 2015 College of Nursing Alumni Achievement Award.
Wright has been a practicing nurse for decade, and as the medical director at Fourth Street Clinic, she has lead us to be the accredited clinic we are today. Her high standards and dedication are seen in her everyday life.
Click here to read more about BYU's College of Nursing honoring Alison Wright.
Fourth Street Clinic welcomes you to join the conversation or lend a helping hand. Tell us about yourself on the Sign Up form below and indicate how you would like to be involved. Events are held monthly and require RSVPs.
Community Informational Breakfast
Join us for a light breakfast, a community conversation on health care and homelessness and clinic tour of our beautiful new facility.
Our next breakfast is scheduled for 8:10am-9:15am on November 18th.
Direct questions to Laurel@fourthstreetclinic.org.
All day February 11, Fourth Street Clinic is hosting the first of two Mobile Mammography Days to give homeless women who are patients of Fourth Street Clinic access to critical breast cancer screens. Lack of money, health insurance and transportation are just a few of the barriers that homeless women face in following through with recommended health screens. Thanks to the Utah Cancer Control Program, Mountain Medical and Intermountain Medical Center Breast Care Services, 20 homeless women will get their mammograms with next day results. The women will also be treated to refreshments by Banbury Cross, manicures from Paul Mitchell - THE SCHOOL and walk away with gift bags full of cosmetics donated by Nordstrom at Fashion Place, yoga pants and blankets. "We wanted to bring some camaraderie and a little pampering into the experience," says Fourth Street Clinic Manager Tiffiny Gregory. "I'm proud of these women for making themselves a priority."
Fourth Street patients who are interested in getting a mammogram should speak with their doctor.