Support Community Health

Thank you for your support of Community Health Northwest Florida,  a Federally Qualified Health Center and a 503(c)3 not-for-profit that provides health care to over 50,000 individuals in Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties and surrounding areas each year.  Your giving empowers Community Health Northwest Florida to provide critical medical, behavioral and mental healthcare services to medically underserved and vulnerable individuals and families in desperate need.  Your tax deductible donation will help us continue to provide quality, affordable healthcare for many years to come!

If you have a question about donating, please call our Administrative Offices at 850-436-4630. Thank you again for your thoughtful gift. We appreciate your generosity and commitment to our community!

Donation Campaigns

Your donation designations in action.

Employee Help Fund

When you contribute to Employee Help Fund, you are helping Community Health Northwest Florida team members stay afloat during very trying times; every dollar donated will go directly to employees in need! Many of our healthcare heroes, both front line clinical workers and behind the scenes support staff, are experiencing financial hardship due to the COVID-19 crisis. In some cases, household income has been lost due to layoffs, furloughs or decrease in hours or a need to close their personal business, and people are having trouble keeping up with bills or even putting healthy food on the table. Whether you are a fellow CHNWF teammate with the resources and the heart to help a coworker, or a caring soul wanting to make a difference in the lives of healthcare workers, we thank you for your support of this very worthy cause!

Jeans Days

When you donate to the Jeans Days campaign, you are giving to a (rotating) charitable cause chosen by Community Health Northwest Florida employees each month.


You see, each Wednesday, CHNWF team members have the option to wear jeans to work. But alas, this freedom comes at a price: $2.00 per each Wednesday!


Through Jeans Days, together, CHNWF team members have collectively raised thousands of dollars for incredible organizations such as ECARE (reading), Manna Food Panty, Mr. Robbins Neighborhood, Communities Caring at Christmas our own Employee Help Fund, Autism and most currently (April-May) canine rescue organizations – and we can’t wait to keep giving.


When you choose to donate to Jeans Days, you are, essentially, teaming up with Community Health Northwest Florida to make an even BIGGER difference by increasing the dollar amount we get to give to the causes we LOVE!

Courage to Conquer

When you contribute to Courage to Conquer, you are helping breast cancer patients who are currently in treatment and experiencing financial hardship due to their circumstances.  These women and men may have had to miss work during treatment times and subsequent recovery, might have outstanding bills, house notes, past due utility bills and medical bills.  It is our hope that with the funds received from generous donations to the Courage to Conquer, we can remove a little bit of the stress and anxiety from these patients so they can stay positive and focus solely on getting well!

Food Insecurity

When you contribute to the Food Insecurity campaign, you are helping local families get the nutritious food and education they need to not only stay healthy, but to thrive.


What is food insecurity?  Food insecurity refers to USDA’s measure of lack of access, at times, to enough food for an active, healthy life for all household members and limited or uncertain availability of nutritionally adequate foods. Food-insecure households are not necessarily food insecure all the time; it may reflect a household’s need to make trade-offs between important basic needs, such as housing or medical bills, and purchasing nutritionally adequate foods.  We envision a community where people don’t have to sacrifice quality, healthy food to be able to pay the bills!


Your donation will be utilized to help fund/expand existing food insecurity programs (such as Oakwood Terrace), develop new programs and respond to the most urgent needs in the community.