Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) demonstration project created when President George W. Bush, in his State of the Union address, asks all Americans to make a lifetime commitment to serve their communities, nation and world.
Pierce County MRC created by Dr. David Bales, Dr. Frederico Cruz and Justin Schumacher.
Pierce County MRC participates in its first Project Homeless Connect at the Tacoma Dome.
98 volunteers registered with Pierce County MRC.
Pierce County MRC responds to H1N1 flu with vaccination clinics.
262 Pierce County MRC volunteers serve 1,530 hours at C.A.R.E. clinic.
Pierce County MRC launches its website: piercecountymrc.org.
Pierce County MRC hosts a trailer rodeo where 25 volunteers inventory and stock 12 emergency response trailers.
550 Pierce County MRC volunteers contribute to more than $90,000 of direct public savings with vaccination clinics, wellness events and community fairs.
Pierce County MRC responds to COVID-19 by administering more than 50,000 free vaccinations.
More than 770 volunteers registered with Pierce County MRC.