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Tri City Health Partnership (TCHP) is excited for the upcoming fundraiser, Casino Royale. On October 12 at 6:00 pm, the Q Center will be transformed into a Monte Carlo experiences. TCHP does not receive any Federal or State funding, and never charges any fees to patients. TCHP relies on fundraisers, donations and grants to continue the mission to provide quality, free medical and dental care to low-income, uninsured residents of Central Kane County.

Tri City Health Partnership has provided over 30,000 on-site visits to 6,000 individuals since its inception in 2001. Additionally, hundreds of referrals to specialty local medical providers ensures comprehensive care for patients. Medical care is provided by volunteer medical professionals assisted by a small staff.

“Last year’s event was an overwhelming success, and people are excited to come back. It was fun to watch the cheering on of those at the tables. It really felt like everyone was “all in” for each other and the patients we serve” said TCHP Executive Director, Kim Lamansky. “This event is not only a fun way to share our mission and stories, but the revenue is truly needed. We understand there alot of amazing causes in the community that people can support, but by attending Casino Royale, supporters can find joy knowing that they are truly helping to save lives of their neighbors. From baristas, bartenders, homeless, hairdressers, lawn care workers, clergy, business owners and more. Our patients are people you know”, Lamansky said.

Tickets are still available and include dinner, an open bar, betting chips, incredible live auctions and raffles. For information, visit https://tchpfreeclinic.ejoinme.org/casinoroyale or call 630-377-9277.

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