Ways to Give

Your donation to Church Health provides health care to those people who need it most and equips them with the resources and guidance to live their healthiest, happiest lives.

Your generosity makes a difference

Individuals and families all over Shelby County need us. They work hard, but they may not have access to health care. Oftentimes, they have to choose between paying for a doctor visit or paying for groceries. They may live in fear and pain.

You can give them hope.

Your donation to Church Health provides health care to those people who need it most and equips them with the resources and guidance to live their healthiest, happiest lives. No matter how you choose to give, your donation makes a profound difference in someone’s life.

Other Ways to Make a Difference

Make a Legacy Gift

A gift from your estate can have a lasting impact for years to come. If you are interested in learning more about how your legacy can sustain Church Health, we encourage you to contact Brian Meyers at 901-272-7170. If you already have remembered Church Health in your estate plans, please let us know. And thank you.

Gallant Fund

Patients that seek help at Church Health are some of our area’s poorest individuals and families. This fund helps ensure that our patients get their daily medications without sacrificing so many of their daily basic necessities.

Stock Gifts

To make a gift of stock, please contact our Raymond James representative Garland Davis at (901) 766-7734 for our account number and details on completing your transaction. As always, it is recommended that you consult your financial advisor before making stock gifts.

In-Kind Giving

Church Health relies on volunteers and in-kind gifts to keep costs low. Items may be delivered to us at 1350 Concourse Ave., Ste. 142 in Memphis. For more information or to schedule a pick-up, call 901-272-7170. We are always in need of the following:

Clinic

Face masks
Large Clorox/ antibacterial wipes
Alcohol wipes
Nebulizers
BandAids
Diabetes Supplies
Durable medical equipment (walkers, canes, crutches, wrist splints, boots etc.)
Wound care supplies
Sleep Apnea machines
Bottled water
Peanut butter crackers

The Well (Children’s Services)

Laminating sheets
Tempera paint
Diapers
Fragrance-free diaper wipes
Fragrance-free laundry detergent
Crayons
Colored pencils
Latex gloves
Elmer’s Glue (bottles)
Painting canvases (varies sizes)
Batteries (AA & AAA)
Construction paper (various colors)

Kitchen

Ziptop bags: gallon and quart
Solid-color kitchen towels
Dawn dish soap
Bleach
Plastic scrubbies
Laundry pods
Solid-color potholders
Plastic forks, knives and spoons
Masking tape
Paper plates
Paper cups
Paper napkins and towels
 

Dental

Fixodent
Poligrip
Denture cases
Floss sticks
Hand sanitizer
Clorox wipes
 
A Note on Medication Donations:

Due to changes in guidelines related to storage and distribution of medicines, Church Health no longer collects or accepts donated medicines or samples. Community medication donations should be disposed of properly according to FDA guidelines.

Please click here for information on donating or disposing of medications via RemediChain.