To improve the lives of people affected by disability or chronic disease.
Community Health Charities is the leading workplace giving organization dedicated to health.
Community Health Charities of America is one of the most cost-effective nonprofit organizations in the country, with Administrative and Fund Raising (AFR) expenses at just 7.9%. View a copy of our most recent annual report.
Community Health Charities' membership is made up of more than 60 of America's most recognized health charities. We work together to raise charitable contributions in the workplace. Employee donations are used to support Community Health Charities member charities who provide research, patient services and outreach programming in local communities.
Community Health Charities provides its member organizations direct services to enhance their operations, programs, and community services through access to workplace giving, as well as opportunities to create community level relationships with corporations and their donors.
There are 133 million Americans with a chronic disease or illness. Community Health Charities volunteers are committed to making a difference by organizing private and public sector workplace giving campaigns and working toward a healthier America.
Employees designate the charity or charities where they want their donations to go, and Community Health Charities does the rest! Community Health Charities is able to keep donations local through a nationwide system of local offices.
Thomas G. Bognanno
Work with the professional staff of Community Health Charities to make it easier for your employees to engage and create powerful connections with the nation's most trusted charities through workplace giving, community involvement, and improving their health.
Community Health Charities is proud to work with some of America's most socially active companies and link them with America's leading health charities through workplace giving campaigns.
Learn more about employment and volunteer opportunities with Community Health Charities or within our local affiliate offices.
You may know Community Health Charities of America by its former names -- National Voluntary Health Agencies and Combined Health Appeal of America -- which merged to create Community Health Charities in 1998. More.