JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Do you have any connection with the construction trade? Maybe your company can donate an in-kind service and help us build Jacksonville's only free dental clinic. We need fencing, landscaping, etc.
Right now, unless you're homeless, there's no free dental clinic in Jacksonville for low income, uninsured adults and children.
Haskell has designed the new clinic, 6000-sq feet, to be built at 5126 Timuquana. A non-profit, Community Outreach, owns the land and plans to tear down three buildings to make room for the new clinic, which will serve 6,000 patients right away.
Matthew Garman, Project Manager at Haskell, is hoping to find help with the following:
- Carpet & VCT
- Ceramic Tile
- Line Striping
- Doors & Hardware
- Glass & Glazing
- Fencing & Carpentry
- Surveying & Layout
- Temporary Facilities
- Asbestos Abatement
- Demolition & Sitework
- Underground Utlities
- Curb & Gutter work
- Masonry & Concrete Services
- Window Blinds & Furnishings
- Pavers, Concrete Paving & Concrete Pumping
- Electrical & Other Specialties
If you can help donate supplies and/or services, please email Jeannie Blaylock at First Coast News.
Her email is email@example.com
First Coast News