ServingHIM Receives Grant from Marlin Medical Foundation

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Marlin Medical Foundation awarded a $5,000 grant to ServingHIM to support its mission of ministering to physical and spiritual needs in impoverished areas of the world.

The Marlin Medical Foundation, headquartered in Dallas, is the philanthropic arm of Marlin Medical Solutions, a premier provider of high-quality medical devices, pharmaceuticals, consumables, and equipment in the healthcare industry. David Marlin Edwards founded the Marlin Medical Foundation to further his passion for philanthropy and be a beacon of light in a dark world.

ServingHIM is a 501c(3) nonprofit organization that seeks to serve others worldwide by ministering to both physical and spiritual needs. Usually, their mission teams travel to impoverished areas in Romania, Guatemala, and Moldova. They provide quality care to those in need through their dental and medical clinics and community health fairs.

ServingHIM also sends equipment, supplies, and resources to equip their missionaries in the field, bringing hope and healing to very low-income families. The Children’s Ministry works with public schools and local village churches to teach healthy habits and conduct Vacation Bible School. The organization’s mission outreach teams also distribute livestock and food baskets to families in impoverished villages and provide home repair, stoves, and lavatories for those lacking infrastructure.

Dave Marin Edwards, Founder of the Marlin Medical Foundation, explained: “ServingHIM’s mission aligns with my personal values of giving hope to the hopeless and serving as a beacon of light in a dark world. In awarding this grant, I can provide tangible support for their medical and spiritual outreach programs, which are even more important today, when mission teams cannot travel to the areas of greatest need.”

Learn more about the Marlin Medical Foundation here: https://marlinmedicalfoundation.org/
Learn more about ServingHIM here: https://www.servinghim.org/

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