United For Health

Get Involved

United for Health depends on funding from foundations, corporations, local businesses, and caring people like you to keep UFH’s vital services responsive to the changing and growing needs of our community!

Help Us Expand Health Care Services

United for Health depends on funding from foundations, corporations, local businesses, and caring people like you to sustain our wellness services; helping those in need to move their lives forward. 

A gift to UFH goes a long way and the results are immediate to our patients’ health and well being. 100% of your donation will be directed toward treatment and support services.

Support Our Work

Your tax-deductible gift lets UFH do what we know best: provide quality services at no cost to those at risk and who are not receiving care. A gift to UFH goes a long way and the results are immediate to our patient’s health and well-being. 100% of your donation will be directed toward treatment and support services. Every dollar makes a difference. Please commit now to helping your community!

Volunteer with Us

Volunteers play an essential role in our day to day operation. Our Hope on the Go Mobile Clinics rely heavily on students and community members to donate their time and skills. Volunteers enrich our programs with a variety of experiences and keeps us culturally diverse. Our UFH staff has treated, trained, supervised, and mentored hundreds of students and volunteers who play a vital role at our program sites. Join us in moving forward the lives of those who need help the most in our community!

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Our Wishlist

  • Late model electric van to house our staff, equipment and supplies for our Hope on the Go Clinics
  • 2 Heavy duty Hand trucks to transport our HOTG supplies and food donations
  • 3 Late model laptops/ iPads to facilitate our Mobile Clinic operations in the field 

If you would like to donate food, services, or general non-monetary aid, please email us to get in contact.

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Our Supporters & Partners