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Grants and Corporate Donations

CHC is grateful for the grant support from these funders.


March 2024
The Sylvia Perkin Charitable Trust contributed $7,500 to CHC for general programming.

February 2024
CHC received $19,488 from Two Rivers Health and Wellness Foundation to support the mentoring program.

January 2024
CHC received $2,500 from Mendoza (Department of Human Services) to support the 988 Suicide and Crisis Helpline Awareness Campaign.

January 2024
Martin Guitar Charitable Foundation donated $1,000 to support the mentoring program.


December 2023
CHC received $2,500 from Weyerhaeuser Family Foundation to support the mentoring program.

December 2023
CHC received $34,900 from Donald and Dorothy Foundation to support the mentoring program.

December 2023
Hospital Central Services Inc. Education Fund contributed $1,500 to support HOPE/Prevention.

December 2023
CHC received $5,000 from Mildred's Dream Foundation to support the mentoring program.

November 2023
CHC received $2,500 from Mendoza (Department of Health) to support the Fentanyl Awareness Campaign.

October 2023
Just Born, Inc. donated $3,000 to support the mentoring program.


June 2023
CHC received $3,000 from the Charles H. Hoch Foundation to support the mentoring program. 

June 2023
CHC received $8,535 from the Catholic Human Services Foundation to support the acquisition of program supplies.

April 2023
The Richard L. Master & Susan E. Master Family Foundation gifted $2,000 to CHC for general programming. 


October 2022
United Way gifted $100,000 to support the mentoring program.