When you donate to Lakeland Volunteers in Medicine, you're doing more than supporting a cool nonprofit
You're donating peace of mind to Polk County's working uninsured
What's Lakeland Volunteers in Medicine?
Lakeland Volunteers in Medicine (LVIM) provides top-of-the-line medical services to Polk County's working uninsured. When you support them, you help hardworking families in our community get the healthcare they need.
You work 60-80 hours a week, but you don't make enough to buy health insurance. Your kids need checkups, but you can't afford to pay the bill for a walk-in clinic.
Imagine you're a senior with untreated diabetes.
Your work place doesn't offer health insurance and, because you have a pre-existing condition, you can't afford to buy insurance on your own. You know you need to keep up with your health, but you can't afford to pay out-of-pocket, either.
Imagine you're a young husband.
At your last eye exam, the ophthalmologist noticed something unusual and told you to see your general care practitioner about it. You and your wife are worried about it, but you can't afford to see a doctor.
What would you do?
If you're one of the thousands of people in Polk County who are Lakeland Volunteers in Medicine patients, you have a place to go. They offer healthcare to the working uninsured of Polk County, including check-ups, mental health screenings, dental work, and more.
When you donate to LVIM, you're doing more than supporting a cool local nonprofit.
You're donating peace of mind to young mothers with kids, to seniors with pre-existing conditions, to husbands and wives, and to everyone who walks through LVIM's doors.
A $50 gift pays for a patient visit at LVIM's facilities
...but it also pays for the peace of mind that goes with knowing that you and your family are happy and healthy. Join us in supporting Lakeland Volunteers in Medicine and the patients they serve every day!