Project Connect hit the road this last weekend. The project that offers free medical and dental care, clothing , and food to those struggling is now mobile. This is an expansion of the annual project connect held every fall at the Deschutes County Fairgrounds. Cindy Pasko, the Director of Partnership to End Poverty, says their van was at Bend City Hall on Sunday: “It is successful, because we are able to give out of our personal abundance of our time, out of our hearts. It is successful for people coming to get those services and that perhaps in small ways or large ways, we are able to help them stabilize in their life or relieve some of their pain.” Project Mobile Connect is a collaborative venture with Partnership to End Poverty, United Way and the Oregon Community Foundation.” Project Mobile Connect will next be at River Woods Church in Bend on May 6th.