Latino Health Fair


Latino Health Fair


Chair or Contact Person
Kathy Tesh Roundtree

Additional Contact(s)

Mission Statement/Purpose
The Latino Health Fair is a one-day, outreach event that gives the local Hispanic Community access to basic health screenings and to local health resources.

Major Accomplishments
Every year, St Thomas More is filled with people who come to the Fair for health screenings and health information.

Major Activity
The Health Fair is an annual outreach event that provides free health screening and information, targeting the area’s Spanish speaking population.

Meeting Frequency
Approximately six times a year (twice a month for three months) plus five hours on the day of the fair. 

Meeting Venue
The fair is held in the St. Thomas More School Parish Center.

Estimated Time Commitment for Volunteers
The Committee meets twice a month for the three months preceding the Spring event.  On the day of the fair volunteers usually commit five hours of time. Volunteers are needed to coordinate agencies, publicity, food and entertainment. Translators, set-up and clean-up volunteers needed the day of the Fair.

Special Skills
No special skills are needed, but Spanish speakers and volunteers with an interest in working with the Latino community is a plus.

Activities involved in volunteering for this ministry
Work can be done alone
Work can be done at home
Work may involve some strenuous activity
  Activity is spiritual in nature
Activity is social in nature
  Activity involves children or the youth
  Activity involves teaching
Appropriate for singles
Appropriate for married couples
  Appropriate for family members


Last Published: May 16, 2011 4:01 PM