Give Back With The AmazonSmile Foundation

Apicha Community Health Center Nov 16, 2017  
give back with the amazonsmile foundation

What is AmazonSmile?

It’s this really easy way for you to support Apicha Community Health Center when you shop on Cyber Monday (and any other day), at no extra cost to you! The AmazonSmile Foundation donates a portion of your eligible purchase to the organization you select.

This means you can do tons of holiday shopping while continuing to support the health of your community.

So, How Does It Work?

It's easy!

Simply go to smile.amazon.com when you do your holiday shopping. 

When you sign up for AmazonSmile, they will ask you to select your charity so, just type in "Apicha Community Health Center" and select us from the list.

 

give back with the amazonsmile foundation

 

As you shop, each item will be labeled with “Eligible for AmazonSmile Donation” on the product detail page. When you checkout, the AmazonSmile Foundation will automatically donate 0.5% of your purchase to our organization. It's super easy and doesn't cost you any extra.


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Why Should I Donate to Apicha CHC?

give back with the amazonsmile foundation

Like any non-profit organizaiton, we depend on donations to continue to serve our community. 

We made a promise to provide culturally competent, quality care to our patients, regardless of their ability to pay. But we must fill the gap created by the costs of providing crucial services and resources not covered by grants and insurance.

Your donation to Apicha CHC is a donation to the health of your local community. 


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