Not everyone has time to volunteer. You can help by contributing money. Non-profit organizations working directly with Contra Costa Health Services:
- Contra Costa Regional Medical Center Auxiliary
2500 Alhambra Avenue, Martinez, CA 94553
Funds are used for special purchases of patient care supplies and equipment, including medical isolation chambers, infant hearing-testing machine, wheelchairs, mammography equipment, TVs and VCRs, layettes for newborns, and stuffed animals and toys for children at Contra Costa Regional Medical Center and the Pittsburg and Richmond Health Centers. ALL funding received through the Charity Campaign goes directly to patient care or equipment.
- The Healthy Community Foundation of Contra Costa County
c/o The East Bay Foundation, 200 Frank Ogawa Plaza, Oakland, CA 94612
Funds programs to improve community health in Contra Costa, especially those which have been initiated by or promote involvement of Contra Costa Health Services staff. The Healthy Community Foundation continues to assist the Pegasus Project, which provides career mentoring to students enrolled in the Health Academy at Richmond High School. Please indicate on your check if you are contributing to Pegasus.
- Meals on Wheels of Contra Costa
P.O. Box 3195, Martinez, CA 94553
Provides meals for delivery to homebound elders throughout the county via the County Home Delivered (Meals on Wheels) Program.
- The Beverly Jacobs Youth Development Fund
c/o The East Bay Foundation, 200 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza, Oakland, CA 94612
This fund was established to honor Beverly Jacobs upon her retirement from Contra Costa Health Services. It provides educational opportunities for Contra Costa youth, especially those who have worked for Contra Costa Health Services.
- Project Homeless Connect
For cash donations, make check payable to Contra Costa Health Services Homeless Program and mail to:
Lavonna Martin, Acting Director, Homeless Program,
1350 Arnold Dr, Suite 202
Martinez, CA 94553