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National Black Leadership Commission on Health, Inc. (NBLCH) is a nonprofit organization that depends on donations and grants.

With your donation makes it possible to champion the promotion of health and prevention of diseases to reduce disparities and achieve equity within the black community.

Your one-time gift, monthly donation pledge, donation to support a specific program, or activity, or direct donation to an affiliate chapter will help us achieve our goals. You will join the ranks of these generous organizations below.

GIVING OPTIONS

Donate Online – Make an online donation here
Donate Offline – If you prefer to donate by mail, please download this donation form and send it in along with your check or credit card donation to the following address:

National Black Leadership Commission on Health, Inc.
215 West 125th Street, Suite 2
New York, NY 10027

PLEASE DO NOT SEND CASH THROUGH THE MAIL.

Workplace Giving – Participating in the charitable giving campaign sponsored by your employer is an easy way to contribute. Simply sign up to make a contribution by directing a portion of your paycheck to “National Black Leadership Commission on Health, Inc.”, and your tax-deductible donation will automatically be sent to NBLCH. Please contact us at info@nblch.org or (212) 614-0023 for information on how to get started.

Corporate Support – Through the generous support of corporate partners, NBLCH is able to fund critical programs and services that truly make a difference in the lives of people of color.
Corporate partners give to NBLCH in a number of ways including event sponsorship, grants for programs and services, in-kind product donations, volunteer engagement, and workplace giving.

Please contact us at info@nblch.org or (212) 614-0023 to learn how your company can get involved and help make a difference.

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The National Black Leadership Commission on Health (NBLCH) is a nonprofit organization that depends on donations and grants. With your help we will continue the fight to ending the HIV/AIDS epidemic, addressing Hepatitis C while expanding to include cardiovascular disease, breast cancer, prostate cancer, sickle cell, diabetes, and mental health.

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