Miller, a longtime patient of ICHC’s medical and dental clinics, wanted to do something creative to inspire others to support the organization. Since the event’s inception in 2010, she and her band have provided the music and have recruited other musicians to join them. This year Manual Molina and his Dancing Latin Combo will also perform.
Jazzed is Inner City Health Center’s annual fundraiser, in which they strive to have fun, tell their story and raise funds to offset the funding shortfall between the cost of services provided and income from patients, who pay on a sliding scale, via Medicaid and other support programs. Currently, that shortfall is more than $1 million.
Jazzed takes place at the Forney Museum of Transportation. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. with the program beginning at 6:15pm.
About Inner City Health Center
The mission and function of Inner City Health Center has, from day one in 1983, remained sharply focused on reducing the inequity of health and wellness access and delivery in underserved populations of Denver and the surrounding metro area. Serving 22,000 patients each year, their skilled, dedicated providers offer comprehensive medical care, from maternity through pediatrics, adult care and geriatrics, as well as dental care and behavioral health counseling. Their multilingual staff is experienced in working with all populations, as well as linking patients to Medicaid and to sliding-scale, workable payment plans.
For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.innercityhealth.org.