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It takes a community to care for those most in need, and we believe that donors are important members of a patient’s health care team. A contribution to the Sacramento Native American Health Center (SNAHC) supports direct patient medical, dental, behavioral health, and vision care, as well as other needed social services and resources.

Examples of services and supplies that donations support include:

$30 – Five eye charts for vision exams
$50 – Supplies for culture-based group therapy sessions
$75 – Safety container for needles/sharps
$100 – Electronic thermometer
$125 – Meal for youth leadership development group
$150 – Dental forceps or dental drill
$300 – Medical care appointment for someone without insurance
$500 – Two crisis mental health sessions for someone without insurance
$1000 – Education and outreach about reproductive health
$5000 – Building renovations and enhancements for patient safety

Click the GIVE NOW Button to make a donation online.

We also accept Venmo. To make a donation via Venmo, please click here.

If you prefer to mail your gift, please send to:

Sacramento Native American Health Center, Inc.
2020 J Street
Sacramento, CA 95811
Attn: Development Manager

Gifts of $5000 or higher in the calendar year will receive a leaf on the SNAHC Giving Tree artwork located in the medical lobby and will be listed on our website and annual report. All donations of $100 and higher will be listed in the SNAHC annual report.

Note: Many organizations will match your donation to SNAHC. To find out if your company has a matching gift program, check with your Human Resources department or click here.

Sacramento Native American Health Center is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Your contribution is tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. No goods or services were provided in exchange for your donation.

Thank you—we appreciate your support as you become an important member of the patient’s health care team!

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