We rely on your support to provide healthcare, medications and laboratory testing for our patients. Every gift we receive is needed and appreciated.
You can feel good about your contributions to the Neighborhood Health Clinic, as a recent independent audit revealed 90 cents of every dollar goes directly to patient services.
The Neighborhood Health Clinic is a 501(c)(3), non-profit organization. A copy of our official registration information may be obtained from the Division of Consumer Services by calling toll free 1-800-435-7352 within the State of Florida. Registration does not imply endorsement or recommendation by the State. We do not sell, lend or exchange donor names and addresses.
There are many ways you can make a tax deductible donation to the Neighborhood Health Clinic and support our mission – to deliver quality medical care to low-income, working but uninsured Collier County adults, using a volunteer professional staff.
WAYS TO MAKE A DONATION:
Check / Credit Card
- Make a check payable to the Neighborhood Health Clinic and mail it to:Neighborhood Health Clinic
121 Goodlette Frank Road
Naples, FL 34102
- Charge a donation with your:Visa
- Click here to use our secured donation form or make a donation over the phone by contacting Nikki Strong at 239.260.2080
Stocks / Bonds / Equities
If you donate stocks, bonds or equities, you may be able to avoid tax on the appreciate value while receiving a tax deduction. Please consult your financial, legal or tax advisor about the specifics of your donation.
Please click here for a copy of willing instruction.
Designate the Neighborhood Health Clinic as a beneficiary in your will, trust, IRA, retirement or insurance plan.
Charitable Trusts and Deferred Gifts
Establish a trust which benefits the Neighborhood Health Clinic. This may provide income for you and your spouse as well as a substantial tax savings. Please consult your financial, legal or tax advisor about the specifics of your donation.
Donations “In Celebration Of”
Send a donation in memory of a special friend, occasion, or anniversary. We will send an acknowledgement of the gift to the person of your choice.
Does your employer match charitable donations? If so, ask your employer to match your donation to the Neighborhood Health Clinic.
Neighborhood Health Clinic Pavers
The walkway in the front of the Clinic is lined with bricks and you have the opportunity to place your name, names of your loved ones, or your business on one. It demonstrates your continued support to the Neighborhood Health Clinic.
Please contact Nikki Strong for more information at 239.260.2080
The William P Lascheid M.D. Endowment
This fund was established to sustain the Clinic’s vision with a solid financial base and to ensure that the Clinic’s needs of today and the opportunities of tomorrow are met.
Please note we are not tax expert and are not familiar with each individual’s tax situation. Therefore, we advise you to consult your financial, legal or tax advisor about the specifics of your donation. If you have any questions regarding one or more of these ways to donate to the Neighborhood Health Clinic or would like to make a donation over the telephone please contact Nikki Strong at 239.260.2080.
Louis Nelson, International Designer and Visionary Creates Donor Appreciation Wall
The Neighborhood Health Clinic is honored to have had Mr. Louis Nelson, international designer and visionary, create the donor appreciation wall. The art work displayed in the front foyer consists of copper plaques woven into a copper grid frame. The construction of the donor wall was underwritten by Clinic donors Mr. and Mrs. Vince Foglia and Mr. and Mrs. John J. McDonough.
Among his many accomplishments, Mr. Nelson designed the 164-foot mural wall for the Korean War Veterans Memorial on our Nation’s Mall in Washington D.C. He has created, among other things, the stations murals for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey PATH Stations, and has added clarity to information systems at places like New York’s JFK International Airport, the transit centers at the World Trade Center and the site of Ground Zero. He designed the United Nation’s Dag Hammarskjold Medal to honor each life lost in UN peacekeeping operations retroactively to 1947, album covers and the nutritional fact label that appears on virtually every food product sold in this country.
“Design sets a stand that affects our attitude toward quality and our sense of well being,” Mr. Nelson Stated. The Neighborhood Health Clinic is proud Mr. Nelson has chosen to shape its environment and honor its donors in his unrivaled style.
Click here to see more photos of Louis Nelson and the Donor Appreciation Wall.
Please contact Nina Gray, CEO or Nikki Strong, Director of Development & Communications, to discuss your current level of giving and how you can be honored on the wall.