Ways to Give

AACHAC counts on the support of individuals, corporations, mid- and small sized companies, community-based organizations, nonprofit health organizations, governmental agencies, health educators, institutions of higher learning, and the faith community to expand our work. With your help, we’ll continue to make a difference and plant seeds for a healthier world! We have several ways for you to become a part of our mission to share knowledge for life.

  • One time donation
  • Periodical Giving
  • One Hundred Fifty Dollar Plus Club

Click here to make a one-time donation today!

African American Community Health Advisory Committee is a special project fund at Silicon Valley Community Foundation (SVCF.) Donations will be processed by SVCF, a 501(c)(3) public charity registered in the United States, EIN# 20-5205488. Contributions will be tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law. SVCF will provide a formal acknowledgment letter containing tax-deduction language for your records.

Here’s what our donors say about the work we do:

AACHAC’s goal to ensure access to health promotion services to the community has improved the Health System’s ability to better serve the community. When we partner with AACHAC, it is with a confidence that they will go above and beyond to ensure a successful outcome. By providing services to all community members in underserved areas, AACHAC has greatly enhanced our health equity efforts in San Mateo County.  ~Edith Cabuslay, Program Manager, Community Health Promotion Unit 

In the Bay Area, we have access to the top medical professional and research initiatives. AACHAC brings that information to members of underserved communities. They become educated about what they can do to safeguard their health – and they get that information in a culturally competent manner. The impact AACHAC makes is phenomenal. With your help, we’ll continue to make a difference and plant seeds for a healthier world! We have several ways for you to become a part of our mission to share knowledge for life. ~Lisa Tealer, Senior Diversity Manager, Genentech

You don’t have to be rich to support AACHAC. This isn’t something we can leave to the government. They don’t know what the community needs. You have to feel that [causes you donate to] are right. Where AACHAC’s concerned, there’s no question about credibility. ~Evelyn Neely, AACHAC supporter