Giving back to the places we call home can unite people under one cause, bridge social, economic and political gaps and make the world a better place for all. As the globe celebrates #Giving Tuesday, we invite you to join us in supporting some of our extraordinary community partners.
Cambia Health Solutions is committed to collaborating with many different non-profit organizations to create change that empowers and transforms. We believe one person can change the world. We hope the inspirational statements below motivate you to give back in the ways you feel most compelled.
- “Since partnership funding began 5 years ago, we have added a Family Room Program in Idaho Falls and are months away from opening a new Ronald McDonald House in Boise with 3x the capacity. Keeping more families close is possible because you believed in us with funds, with volunteers and with board leadership.” — Ronald McDonald House (ID)
- “We are so grateful for our partnership. Through your sponsorship of the 2019 Flapjack Feed and underwriting of our Homeless Student Hygiene Build, 1,500 health essential kits were assembled and distributed to homeless students in the Treasure Valley.” — United Way of Treasure Valley (ID)
- “Cambia has made a long-lasting impact on Bridge Meadows, an intergenerational living community, and has helped us expand our reach and educate many people. Through your support from investments, to board leadership and employee volunteerism– we feel the positive influence of Cambia every day.” — Bridge Meadows (OR)
- “Cambia's support has played a huge role in our organization's ability to increase visibility and inspire more support for our mission. Thanks to the grant in 2019, we redesigned and launched a new website, implemented a statewide, grassroots marketing campaign that resulted in a 20% increase in new volunteers, and reached 40,000 Oregon families with information about the importance of early reading.” — SMART Reading (OR)
- “Through the support of Cambia Health Solutions, the Center for Women and Children, a detox center, served 478 women and 21 children, providing a total of 3,743 bed nights of supervised sober living.” — Volunteers of America (UT)
- “With hands on support from your employees, 14,194 pounds of food was distributed in 2019 through the East Midvale Elementary Mobile Food Pantry feeding 4,307 food insecure individuals, over half of whom were under 18.” — Utah Food Bank (UT)
- “Your investments in 2019 allowed our Health Services Director / Pediatrician to oversee health screenings and care for 899 clinic visits (including 335 children) and our Care Coordinator to follow up with families, as needed, including the additional care and support of 73 pregnant women.” — Mary’s Place (WA)
- “So far in 2019, as a result of your investment, the Men’s Shelter has provided 48,643 nights of lodging, 2,166 free meals and 386 clients were given clothing and hygiene necessities.” — Union Gospel Mission (WA)