Help Fight Hunger, Win a Vespa
NEW Health is celebrating its 50th year of serving the community and to celebrate we’re raising money to help fight hunger!
Donate $20, $50, or $100 dollars to gain 1 chance, 3 chances, or 7 chances to win a Vespa. A winner will be selected at random on September 17th at 7pm during NEW Health’s 50th Anniversary Event!
You could win a Vespa for as little as $20, with the proceeds from the raffle and your donation helping fight hunger. To learn more about what NEW Health has been doing to fight hunger check out this article.
To enter the Vespa raffle and help us raise money to fight hunger visit: https://go.rallyup.com/newhealthvespa
Thank you to The Herb Chambers Companies for the generous donation of the Vespa Primavera 50 in one of the newest iconic shades: Arancio Impulsivo!
Winner will be responsible for paying registration fees, picking up the Vespa and collecting certificate of origin and other important paperwork from Vespa Dealer.
About NEW Health:
50 years ago the health center doors opened and caring staff populated its corridors and exam rooms, eager to serve the community. From one floor of the old Baptist Bethel Church, to the entire building, a satellite location in New England’s largest housing development located in Charlestown, a North End Nursing Home, The Villa Michelangelo, and several important community partnerships. NEW Health has physically expanded over the years, but more importantly, it has expanded its ability to touch lives and make a difference.
With a patient centered model of care NEW Health offers a wide variety of services including Family Medicine, Behavioral Health, Dental, Vision, Podiatry, Radiology, Lab, Nutrition, and Obstetrics and Gynecology. Going one step further NEW Health offers transportation to medical appointments, a Substance Use Disorder Program, a School Based Health Center, an in-house Pharmacy, and Health Education Services. As a Federally Qualified Health Center these services are made available to all patients regardless of their insurance status or ability to pay.
Expanding care outside the walls of the health center, NEW Health decided to start a Food Insecurity Program. Originally fully staff funded, everything changed when the pandemic began and the concern over food insecurity grew. NEW Health reached out to the community and in a year raised over $30,000 for its program.
Now, as NEW Health celebrates the years of service to the community, the relationships we’ve built, and the people that made it all possible we are seizing this as an opportunity to continue making a difference. All proceeds from NEW Health’s 50th Anniversary event will go to the Food Insecurity Program. To learn more about NEW Health’s 50th Anniversary please visit: https://newhealthcenter.org/50th/