Dr. Sullivan at a Gettysburg Clinic tour

Dr. Michael Sullivan

We need to raise $65,000 to keep our life-saving services in Gettysburg & Adams County! Since 1995, we’ve provided more than 20,000 medical and dental patient visits at our Gettysburg clinic. Visit bit.ly/KeepMominGB and click on the Gettysburg Campaign for Care link.

Now, thanks to a $25,000 Challenge Gift, every dollar you give will be doubled!

Won’t you please help?

“Since 1995, when Mission of Mercy (M.O.M.) began serving this area, we have provided critical health and dental care services to about 5,100 area patients through 20,000 visits to our mobile clinics.  All free,” said Executive Director Jennifer Charlton.

The campaign also includes “Coffee with M.O.M.” Clinic Tour on Wednesday, June 24 from 10 – 11 a.m. at Gettysburg Foursquare Church, 330 West Middle St., Gettysburg.

“When people see our clinic in action, it really opens their eyes to the needs in their own communities.  Although the needs are great, people also hear stories of healing, hope and inspiration,” noted Ms. Charlton.

“The Adams County community really came together and supported us during our 2013 Campaign for Care, and we received double our $50,000 goal.  We hope the community again rallies so that we can continue offering our life-saving care,” added Ms. Charlton.

Mission of Mercy has six clinics in southern Pennsylvania and Maryland, including Gettysburg and Harrisburg, Pennsylvania and Frederick, Brunswick, Taneytown and Reisterstown Maryland.

The organization’s Gettysburg office is located at 103 W. Middle St. in Gettysburg.