Lander Free Medical Clinic now has logo; announces partnership with VIM, NAFC

(Lander, WY) – The Lander Free Medical Clinic, which held its first community meeting back in November, now has an official logo, and also announced some recent partnerships.

The Board of Directors for the clinic partnered with Eryn Pierce, a local Lander graphic designer, to make a new logo they feel to be representative of mountain roots and their mission to deliver high quality free healthcare to the most vulnerable in our community.

“We thank Eryn for the snazzy new logo and for the donation of her valuable time to our project!” the announcement mentioned.

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The clinic also officially partnered with Volunteers in Medicine (VIM) and the National Association of Free and Charitable Clinics (NAFC).

VIM has helped over 100 free clinics open all over the country in the past 20 years.

In 2020, VIM merged with the NAFC, a network of over 1400 free clinics nationwide, sharing best practices and opportunities for strategic partnerships and growth.

“We are very grateful for the tremendous knowledge and connections this partnership will bring to our project,” the release also stated.

In addition to the logo and partnerships, the Lander Free Medical Clinic also shared the following progress they have made since the initial community meeting:

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  • Registered as a Wyoming Non-Profit with the Wyoming Secretary of State
  • Finalized fiscal sponsorship through the Lander Community Foundation 
  • Formed a 5 member board of directors 
  • Drafted and Passed Bylaws 
  • Submitted 1023 form to the IRS for recognition as a 501c3 charitable organization
  • Received $1,200 in grant funding through the LOR Foundation to aid with fundraising and recruitment efforts 
  • Received another $2500 in private contributions 
  • Began drafting new policies and procedures

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