Tuesday, May 19, 2020
Arthur Outlaw Convention Center
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TUESDAY, MAY 19, 2020

Arthur Outlaw Convention Center

5 PM – VIP Reception with Drew Brees
6 PM – Dinner with Program begins

“Azalea City Physicians for Women is honored to support Victory Health Partners.  It’s one of the most impactful organizations in our community.  Our gynecologists love volunteering there and being a part of the Victory family!  Victory truly makes a difference in the lives of so many.  We will always jump at the chance to sponsor Hope for Healing and support this amazing organization!”

Dr. Maggie Krueger

Azalea City Physicians for Women

A Celebration Dinner

“Now may the God of hope fill you with joy and peace as you believe so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit.” – Romans 15:13

Hope for Healing is an evening where the power of hope and the strength of Victory’s partnerships and supporters join together to save, restore and transform the lives of our neighbors in need. Join us as provide the healing for our patients’ broken bodies and the hope that restores their souls.

Healing at Victory Health Partners extends beyond simply a prescription and a checkup. As patients enter through our clinic’s doors with the weight of the world on their shoulders, Victory not only cares for their physical needs but patients experience everlasting hope for their journey ahead towards complete healing. Hope is a powerful force that moves patients through life-threatening illnesses and difficult valleys to a place where they can take a deep breath and find peace. Prior to Victory, patients went without necessary medical care because the cost for someone without insurance is just too great. There are over 100,000 of our uninsured neighbors who face this reality and are without hope for their healing. There is a lot at stake for our neighbors who lack access to healthcare as many face chronic, serious illnesses. Not only are our patients touched by this need, but their families, employers and communities feel the repercussions.