Rosa Molina is looking for a new angel.
Molina is executive director of the Medical Service Bureau, a nonprofit that helps provide low-cost vision care and prescription help for people who are uninsured or underinsured.
She recently learned that she has 60 days to find new space for its operations.
The Medical Service Bureau has been housed in a medical office building at 1148 S. Hillside for the past decade or so.
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Via Christi Property Services owns the building and has been providing free space to the nonprofit.
Director Terri Alexander said Via Christi Property Services has some opportunities for space that includes the Medical Service Bureau space. "For us to investigate these other opportunities, we need them to relocate."
Molina understands the business decision and said Via Christi has been "willing to help us in any way they can."
Molina would like to find free space again, so that she can continue to use the bureau's money, which comes mainly from United Way of the Plains, to help others rather than to pay for rent.
"To tell you the truth, we don't have any money in our budget for rent," she said.
"We are looking for friends. The best scenario would be for some angel that God finds who wants a tax write-off."
Molina said the bureau has about 2,500 square feet now for its seven employees.
Alexander said she is working with Molina and ideally would like to find space that would allow room for growth as well.
Molina can be reached at the Medical Service Bureau, at 316-683-7559.