Terry Reilly building new Caldwell clinic thanks to Murdock grant


CALDWELL — A press release issued by the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust, said it has awarded a $350,000 grant to help Terry Reilly Health Services expand services in Canyon County.

The new clinic is being built in downtown Caldwell and combines low-cost, high-quality healthcare with affordable housing for seniors.

“A key emphasis for the Murdock Trust is partnering with nonprofits that are proposing innovative solutions to address the unique needs of their local community,” said Steve Moore, executive director, M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust. “This project by Terry Reilly Health Services demonstrates a collaborative mindset, bringing solutions for both affordable healthcare and affordable housing to the growing population of Caldwell. We are grateful to nonprofits and community partners like Terry Reilly that think outside of the box and find new ways to serve the common good and promote community flourishing.”
 
The grant to Terry Reilly Health Services reflects Murdock Trust’s continued investment in the Pacific Northwest, having donated more than $1 billion to nonprofits that serve the Pacific Northwest since 1975.

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