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Vermont Gives 2017 Update

Posted by on Jun 13, 2017 in News |

Thank you to everyone who participated in our Vermont Gives 2017 campaign. We raised $635.00 during this statewide 24-hour period of giving designed to bring awareness about the need for nonprofits in Vermont and throughout the country. In 2016, Volunteers in Medicine clinics provided care to nearly 95,000 individuals in over 400,000 patient visits....

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Vermont Gives is Today!

Posted by on Jun 7, 2017 in News |

Vermont Gives is today! Vermont Gives is a statewide day of giving designed to raise awareness about the need for nonprofit organizations across Vermont and throughout the country. Whether a true Vermonter on not, we need your help to make our campaign a success. Take a few minutes to donate to Volunteers in Medicine and give the gift of health care to...

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Vermont Give: Support Us on June 7-8

Posted by on Jun 5, 2017 in News |

Vermont Gives is just days away! Vermont Gives is a statewide 24-hour period of giving designed to raise awareness about the need for nonprofit organizations across Vermont and throughout the country. Whether a true Vermonter on not, we need your support to make our campaign a success. Here are some ways you can help: Give to Volunteers in Medicine. Make a...

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An Eye Toward Prevention

Posted by on May 31, 2017 in News |

“I’m just part of a generation that believes in giving back,” says Dr. Charles Zolot, a Bergen County optometrist and Bergen Volunteer Medical Initiative (BVMI) volunteer.  He sees the big picture when it comes to vision screening for people with diabetes, and provides exams for hundreds of our patients each year.  Dr. Zolot advocates a preventative...

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Driving on to Better Health

Posted by on May 25, 2017 in News |

Working as a school bus driver brings Annabelle joy.  When she first started working years ago, it did not bother her that she did not have health insurance through her job.   She did not need insurance, or so she believed. After all, she was healthy! As time went on things changed, Annabelle developed Type II Diabetes and required medical care.  The...

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