As a private non-profit organization, we receive zero government funding and instead rely solely on the support of donations, sponsorships, and grants to maintain our clinical services. Our fundraisers are our chance to connect with the Fayetteville community. We never have to charge patients for our services thanks to the financial support brought in by our fundraisers. We appreciate your assistance in making these events successful.
If you would like more information on our fundraising events, you may contact our Development & Marketing Director, Tara Martin at [email protected] or our Administrative Assistant Kaleigh at 910-485-0555 or [email protected]. We are always in need of sponsors and prize donors for these events.
Event Bundling Program
Sponsors who opt to support all three of our major events receive a designation “Partner in CARE”. Our Partners receive a discount on their payment option but still benefit from all of the perks from their chosen sponsorship level! If you are interested in learning more, click below to view the brochure. Contact Tara at (919) 945-6734 if you need more information.
Our Annual Evening of CARE Dinners looks a bit different these days. Instead of an evening of hosting, we are running a Week of CARE through the second week of February, leading up to Valentine’s Day. This is a new, exciting way to still support The CARE Clinic dinners event AND local restaurants, all while staying safe! Here’s how it works…
The Clinic pairs with 2-3 restaurants who agree to offer two meal choices each. You contact us here at the clinic and indicate how many meals you would like, which ones you would like, and what day you want to pick it up. During the actual week, all you need to do is drive to the designated restaurant and pick up your order!
Each meal is large enough to feed six people. This means you can either bring it home to your family, or share it with friends in the old Evening of CARE fashion!
Our Annual “Toast of the Town” Wine, Beer & Spirits Tasting & Silent Auction is the perfect opportunity to enjoy nice weather, good drinks, and community. Scheduled for the first Thursday in May, the Toast of the Town takes place in the beautiful Cape Fear Botanical Gardens. We invite different local vendors to serve adult beverages, cigars, hor d’oeuvres, dinner, and desserts. Taste something you love? You can place an order for the bottle right there on the spot!
In between visiting the vendors and exploring the gardens, don’t forget to stop by our Silent Auction tables! We build baskets from items donated by businesses all around Fayetteville and bidding runs throughout the night. On top of all that, the American Fundraising Foundation offers trip packages you can bid on as well. What does that mean? You can travel to Iceland, Ireland, Tuscany, Costa Rica, and many other places, all while supporting a great cause!
In honor of 30 years of CARE, The CARE Clinic staff, Board of Directors, and Event Planning Committee invite you to celebrate this momentous occasion with them. There will be a lineup of activities running from November 2nd-November 4th to highlight all the different avenues of the clinic!
First up, the weekend will jump off with a Dinner Banquet Celebration on the evening of Thursday, November 2nd at Studio 215 in Downtown Fayetteville. This event will include a delectable sit-down meal shared with friends. There will be live music and entertainment courtesy of the Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra and Sweet Tea Shakespeare. This will be a classy evening full of fellowship and fun.
The weekend of festivities will then continue Friday afternoon with a grand Ribbon-Cutting to unveil the newly completed Meditation Garden outside of the clinic. The Ribbon-Cutting will be conducted by the Greater Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce. Following the cutting will be an Open House with tours around the building. There will be food trucks, including Sweet Goose and Hollywood Java, as well as a Blood Donor Truck from the Cape Fear Valley Blood Donor Center. This will be a wonderful opportunity to get new faces through the doors who may not be as familiar with the clinic’s services.
Saturday afternoon, The CARE Clinic will be the nonprofit beneficiary of profits raised from the first ever Hybrid Highland Games at Highland Lumber Yard. The Highland Games is a well-known and well-loved sporting event hosted across the globe. The Downtown Market of Fayetteville, in collaboration with Rogue Athletics, will be introducing a joint Warrior Challenge and Highland Games for all the most dedicated athletes to show off their physical prowess. The clinic is extremely honored to be chosen to benefit from such a fun event.
You can RSVP to our 30th Celebration Dinner by following the link below:
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