Betty Duran-Becerra
Olympian
$2,185.00 of $2,300 goal
Olympian
 
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Hi friends and family!
 
I am so excited to be participating in the iANDA! 5K for HAVEN Free Clinic on November 14th, 2021. All proceeds from this event will support the HAVEN Free Clinic, a student-run primary care clinic that partners with Yale University to provide free comprehensive primary care services to uninsured members of the greater New Haven.
 
I've had the honor to serve as one of the Executive Directors for HAVEN this past year and have seen first-hand the impact of the clinic in the New Haven community. The healthcare system in this country is broken and the COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated the systemic inequities experienced by immigrant and uninsured communities. Unfortunately, our patients have been particularly affected by the pandemic. Thanks to the dedication of my peers at HAVEN and our amazing community partners, our clinic has been able to provide extra support to our patients during this time. 
 
I would greatly appreciate your help sponsoring me in this event. To do so, you can donate on my personal fundraising page or give money to me directly via venmo (@Betty-DuranBecerra). Any amount, no matter how big or small, will be going to a great cause!
 
For more information about HAVEN Free Clinic, feel free to visit the clinic's website here. Thank you so much for your support and generosity!
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All proceeds from this event will support HAVEN Free Clinic, a non-profit organization that partners with Yale University to provide comprehensive primary care services to members of the New Haven community free-of-charge. 
 
We are a student-run clinic that has provided comprehensive primary care at no cost to uninsured patients in New Haven for the past 16 years. In 2019 alone, we cared for over 650 of our community members. The annual 5K race, our signature fundraising event, typically raises 70% of our total annual departmental budget.
MY STORY
Hi friends and family!
 
I am so excited to be participating in the iANDA! 5K for HAVEN Free Clinic on November 14th, 2021. All proceeds from this event will support the HAVEN Free Clinic, a student-run primary care clinic that partners with Yale University to provide free comprehensive primary care services to uninsured members of the greater New Haven.
 
I've had the honor to serve as one of the Executive Directors for HAVEN this past year and have seen first-hand the impact of the clinic in the New Haven community. The healthcare system in this country is broken and the COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated the systemic inequities experienced by immigrant and uninsured communities. Unfortunately, our patients have been particularly affected by the pandemic. Thanks to the dedication of my peers at HAVEN and our amazing community partners, our clinic has been able to provide extra support to our patients during this time. 
 
I would greatly appreciate your help sponsoring me in this event. To do so, you can donate on my personal fundraising page or give money to me directly via venmo (@Betty-DuranBecerra). Any amount, no matter how big or small, will be going to a great cause!
 
For more information about HAVEN Free Clinic, feel free to visit the clinic's website here. Thank you so much for your support and generosity!
Share with your family and friends.
Share Share
RAISING MONEY FOR...
All proceeds from this event will support HAVEN Free Clinic, a non-profit organization that partners with Yale University to provide comprehensive primary care services to members of the New Haven community free-of-charge. 
 
We are a student-run clinic that has provided comprehensive primary care at no cost to uninsured patients in New Haven for the past 16 years. In 2019 alone, we cared for over 650 of our community members. The annual 5K race, our signature fundraising event, typically raises 70% of our total annual departmental budget.

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