Spokane Nonprofit Founder Thanks Providence For COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic

April 26, 2021 Providence News Team

Spokane, Wash.--The Spokane community knows Rick Clark as the guy from Spokane Quaranteam, a group that's raised hundreds of thousands of dollars during the pandemic to keep local businesses open. He's also known as the founder of nonprofit Giving Back Packs, which earned him national recognition on Mike Rowe's Returning the Favor. 

Now Clark is rolling up his sleeves once again, this time for a COVID-19 vaccine. He recently got his shot at the community clinic happening in partnership with Providence Health Care and Gonzaga University. 

Clark hopes his story will inspire others to get vaccinated to protect those they love most. 

Learn more about the clinic partnership with Gonzaga and sign up for a COVID-19 vaccine appointment here

Please note that 16-year-old and 17-year-old patients must have a parent with them to receive the COVID-19 vaccine at Providence clinics. 

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