McLaren Oakland Foundation



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// MISSION

The McLaren Oakland Foundation strives to improve the health and well-being of underserved individuals in Oakland County by providing access to state of-the-art health care services regardless of age, race, or financial status.


// KEY SERVICES PROVIDED

Established in 2004, the McLaren Oakland Foundation (MOF) is the fundraising and community outreach arm of McLaren Oakland. The power of one donation enriches the lives of others through the programs described below.

The MOF Cancer Connection, which includes free screenings, education, support programs, and financial assistance for nonmedical needs to eligible cancer patients.

Safe Wheels and Heels, which provides free bike helmets and safety education to local school children.

Children’s Wellness, which provides free health care to uninsured children in Oakland County through the Children’s Clinic, part of the McLaren Oakland Children’s Health Services.

The Mobile Clinic, a new initiative for the Foundation, which will provide free health services and screenings to the local community.


// LEADERSHIP

TOP EXECUTIVES
Jennifer Thamer,
Executive Director

BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Laura Clark-Brown, Chair
William J. Price, Vice Chair
Matthew LeGault, Treasurer
James G. Martin, Secretary
Jackie L. Buchanan
Robert Ferguson, M.D.
Tressa Gardner, D.O.
Elfriede (Fritz) Jackson
Michael K. Lawrence
Timothy Mash
Forrest E. Milzow
Jacqueline A. Thomas


// CONTACT INFORMATION

McLaren Oakland Foundation
50 N. Perry St.
Pontiac, MI 48342
248-338-5385
www.mclaren.org/oaklandfoundation

 

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