Trinity Free Clinic Celebrates Our Continuing Partnership with the Estridge Family Foundation

This January, Trinity Free Clinic will be receiving the third installment of a very generous $45,000 grant from the Estridge Family Foundation. Since 2013, Trinity has received over $150,000 in grant money from the foundation to help in providing the best care to their patients.

The Estridge Family Trust Foundation was established in 2007 by Carol and Paul Estridge Sr., their son Paul Estridge Jr. and their daughters Sherry McNutt and Vickie Short. The foundation was set-up to help support generations to come with a focus on fulfilling Christian values, especially for those who are less fortunate. Since being established, the foundation has granted millions of dollars to different charitable organizations in Indiana. Trinity Free Clinic is deeply grateful to have been blessed as one of those organizations.

The Estridge Family’s relationship with the Trinity Free Clinic goes beyond receiving grant money.  In 2011, to meet the growing needs of patients, the Trinity Free Clinic moved out of the former Our Lady of Mount Carmel convent and into the Matthew 25 Center. Prior to the move, Paul Estridge Jr. and his company helped develop the architecture plan for the clinic in the Matthew 25 Center.

The Trinity Free Clinic is so grateful for the Estridge Family Trust Foundation and their constant support of the clinic in so many ways. Trinity is devoted to serving the low-income, uninsured, or underinsured workers and their families in Hamilton County and we are able to do so because of foundations like The Estridge Family Trust Foundation.


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