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Plymouth OOP Makes Donation to support Patient Navigators

Ounce of Prevention made a $2500 donation to the First Annual Niele Ivey community fundraiser "Ivey Homecourt Classic.....Love, Serve, Mentor." Coach Ivey's focus with the funds center around Women's Health, Youth, and the Underserved parts of the Community. The donation from Plymouth Ounce of Prevention is going to continue to support the Patient Navigator Program.

Event Beneficiaries

Women’s Health . Youth . Underserved Parts of the Community

"The Foundation of Saint Joseph Health System will be the beneficiary of the funds raised over the course of the event. Niele Ivey’s goals are to positively impact local initiatives benefiting women’s health, youth and underserved parts of the South Bend community. In partnership with the Secret Sisters Society, this event will help fund the Nurse Navigator position. Additional funds will contribute to the Community Health and Wellbeing fund that provides nutrition and wellness resources to the most vulnerable members of our community."

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