Sonia Dixon’s actual title at the We Care Clinic is Program Specialist, but she likes to call herself a social worker.
When Jonnie Mae Perry graduated from Vero Beach High School in the mid-70s and headed to Atlanta for college she had a clear and bright vision of her future. However, when she moved back to Vero Beach in 2011 that … Continue reading
The We Care program strives to provide free specialty medical care to as many qualified Indian River County residents as possible each year. Since the program is heavily volunteer-based, it is inevitable that backlogs occur.
Thanks to a grant from The Dorothea L. Leonhardt Fountation, Inc., the We Care Foundation of Indian River will be purchasing new ophthalmology equipment for the We Care Clinic at Gifford Health Center.
Vero Beach, FL – The We Care Foundation of Indian River is pleased to announce Tracey Zudans and Helen Shafer as Honorary Chairs for the 4th Annual We Care Mardi Gras Celebration to be held on February 17, 2018, at … Continue reading
Vero Beach, FL – Planning is well underway for the We Care Foundation of Indian River’s 4th annual Mardi Gras Celebration on February 17th at Oak Harbor Club under the new leadership of event co-chairs Hala Laviolette, Vice President Commercial … Continue reading
Vero Beach, FL – The sites, sounds, and flavors of New Orleans will return once again at The We Care Foundation of Indian River’s 4th annual Mardi Gras Celebration, set for February 17, 2018 from 5-10 p.m. at Oak Harbor … Continue reading
Vero Beach, FL—Amid the revelry of Bourbon Street jazz, New Orleans cuisine and casino fun, the We Care Foundation of Indian River culminated its We Care program 25th anniversary celebration at its 3rd annual Mardi Gras at Oak Harbor Country … Continue reading
Vero Beach, FL – One of the most enchanting events of the season is set to take place on Monday, February 27, 2017, and a limited number of tickets remain! The We Care Mardi Gras Celebration has guests eager and … Continue reading