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Water donations needed for free health care clinic in Grass Valley

United Way of Nevada County is looking for donations of cases of water for volunteers and participants at the free two-day medical, dental and vision clinic on Nov. 14 and 15 in Grass Valley. Cases of water can be delivered to United Way’s office at 745 Maltman Drive in Grass Valley. Please call ahead to make arrangements. United Way is hoping to collect at least four pallets of water for the health clinic, with the goal of having all water collected by Nov. 10. Interested donors can contact United Way by calling 530-274-8111 or emailing admin@uwnc.org

Organized by the Roseville-based nonprofit California CareForce, medical, dental and vision services will be available to anyone in need of care, thanks to roughly 350 volunteers and 50 to 60 medical practitioners. As many as 1,200 local residents who are struggling with health-care costs are expected to show up for the first-come, first-served event at the Grass Valley Veterans Memorial Building.

United Way of Nevada County service priority is to strive to assure that individuals in Nevada County are able to meet there basic need for food, emergency shelter and access to health care.

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