Healing Hands receives grant to keep Vickery clinic debt free

Healing Hands founder Janna Gardner with Regina Sobieski, Director of the North Texas Specialty Physicians Charitable Fund.
Healing Hands founder Janna Gardner with Regina Sobieski, Director of the North Texas Specialty Physicians Charitable Fund.

Healing Hands Ministries received a $737,162 grant last week from the North Texas Specialty Physicians Charitable Fund. The donation will enable Healing Hands to open their new Vickery Meadow satellite clinic with no debt.

Construction has recently begun on the new clinic, to be housed within the Northwest Community Center. The target opening date for the clinic is Monday, June 27th.

You can see Christina Hughes Babb’s story, and Danny Fulgencio’s amazing pics, on the community center’s opening here.

If you’d like to support Healing Hands, Lake Highlands realtor Sue Stuller will host a Kendra Scott Trunk Show at her Nathan Grace office Wednesday, April 27th from 5 to 8 p.m., with 20% of sales kicking back to the clinic. Nathan Grace is at the corner of Walnut Hill and Audelia.

Healing Hands is also making plans for their 6th annual Tablescapes luncheon Friday, May 13th. This year’s speaker is Kay Wyma, mother of 5 and blogger with advice on everything from avoiding our overly competitive culture to finding humor and joy in everyday life. Tickets are $50 and may be purchased online here or by emailing tablescapeluncheontickets@gmail.com.

Tablescapes 2015
Tablescapes 2015
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