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HOW YOU CAN HELP FENWAY HELP THE COMMUNITY

When you make a gift to Fenway Health, you help us bridge the gap between the actual cost of providing high-quality clinical and mental health services and the income that Fenway receives from participating insurers.  Most importantly, your support allows us to honor our commitment to keep Fenway's care affordable and accessible for everyone in our community who needs us - regardless of their ability to pay for services.

Here are a few examples of how your money helps Fenway help the community:

  • $5,000 helps us provide $270,000 in free medicine to patients in need every year.
  • $2,500 helps pay for 20 one-on-one mental health counseling sessions for individuals in need.
  • $1,200 helps pay our Peer Listening Line for LGBT Youth's phone bill for one year.
  • $500 helps us perform 20 rapid HIV tests for high-risk individuals.
  • $300 helps pay for six hours of mental health group therapy for a lesbian dealing with cancer.
  • $150 helps pay for two intensive Health Navigation sessions for a person at high-risk for health disparities and/or HIV transmission. 
  • $100 helps pay for three acupuncture detox treatments for clients struggling with substance abuse issues.
  • $50 helps us make nine home deliveries of life-saving medication to elderly or homebound patients.
  • $25 helps our outreach teams distribute 60 safer sex kits.
  • $10 helps pay for two bleach kits that can help prevent HIV transmission during drug use.

Fenway Health is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.  For information about our non-profit status, please contact our Development Department at 617.927.6350.  Fenway is listed with Guidestar.org, an organization devoted to connecting philanthropists with up-to-date and accurate information on non-profits.

 

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