Help Support Our New LGBTQ+ Community Center in Jackson Heights with AmazonSmile

Apicha Community Health Center Nov 23, 2016  
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Why Do We Need Your Support This Season?

Well, we are on the path to taking a really incredible step forward in our mission to serve our communities. As you may know, we are opening a new health center in Jackson Heights! This project has been an amazing journey and each step the Apicha CHC community has showed up to support our dream.

Apicha CHC's new location will house our new LGBTQ+ Community Center. At the center we will have a plethora of community services, activities and events available! From sexual health education to community meeting addressing relevant issues, we will have a welcoming and inclusive space! 

We are trying to raise 20,000 dollars for electronics and furniture for the space, so every single penny counts.

What is AmazonSmile?

It’s this really easy way for you to support Apicha CHC when you shop at Amazon, at no extra cost to you! When you shop with smile.amazon.com you can do tons of holiday shopping while continuing to support the health of your community.

If you already have an account with Amazon you can use it with AmazonSmile, too! We know a lot of people visit Amazon to take care of holiday gift shopping, and this gives you the opportunity to donate to a great cause while choosing what to get for your loved ones. 

So, How Do I know What Items Are Eligible?


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When you sign up for AmazonSmile, they will ask you to select your charity! So, just type in "Apicha CHC." 

Each item will be labeled with “Eligible for AmazonSmile Donation” on the product detail page. There are millions of products you can buy and choose to donate to Apicha CHC! When you checkout, Amazon with automatically donate 0.5% of your purchase to our organization. It's super easy and doesn't cost extra! 

How else can I donate to Apicha CHC? 

You can make a recurring or one-time donation to Apicha CHC by following this link.  

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