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PA Medicine Collecting Supplies for Student-Led Mission Trips

Tigerville SC (October 5, 2017) North Greenville University PA Medicine program is collecting medical supplies for the underserved residents of Nicaragua. These supplies collected will help stock two NGU PA Medicine student-led medical mission trips in April and August of 2018.

All funds raised will be used to cover the cost of medications, medical supplies, travel expenses, hired security and translators, as well as food and water for the people of Nicaragua during each week-long mission trip. Any donation is much appreciated and will be used to help, comfort, and heal.

A specific web page has been created on the NGU website which provides a way to contribute a monetary gift and a list of items and supplies to donate.

Items will be collected until February 2, 2018 and may be dropped off at NGU’s Greer Campus at 405 Lancaster Avenue between the hours of 8:30am and 5:00pm, Monday through Thursday, and 8:30am until noon on Friday. The items may also be shipped to: North Greenville University PA Medicine Program, Attn:  Director of Clinical Education, Jenna Rolfs, 405 Lancaster Ave, Greer, SC 29650.

NGU thanks you for supporting a group who strives to provide humanitarian service to the underserved.

For more information or to pledge a donation, visit www.ngu.edu/pa-missions-abroad.php.

       

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