North Texas Giving Day
Be a Super HERO! Make an Impact!
Change a Life by Connecting People to Healthcare
Families and individuals with limited incomes must make impossible choices every day. Parents, working multiple part-time jobs at minimum wage without health insurance, are challenged to decide between paying rent, buying groceries, repairing a car, or taking a sick child to the doctor. Frequently medical care is postponed until the issue escalates and becomes a costly medical crisis.
It’s super easy to be a super hero in this case.
Looking for an easy way to give? You can schedule your gift of medical care.
Scheduling your donation works just like scheduling your bills, just follow these simple steps.
– Go to the secure northtexasgivingday.org website.
– You can schedule September 10th through September 19th (Mark your calendar!)
– As soon as you schedule your donation, you will receive a confirmation via email.
– On September 20th the scheduled donation will be processed and you will receive a receipt for your gift.
To make a gift on September 20th go to the secure northtexasgivingday.org.
North Texas Giving Day is Communities Foundation of Texas’ annual 18-hour online giving extravaganza for North Texas nonprofits. North Texas Giving Day helps build awareness and support for nonprofits in North Texas. In 2017, $39 million was raised through more than 137,000 gifts benefiting 2,723 nonprofits.
Without a public hospital in Collin or Denton County, people must often rely on hospital emergency rooms or urgent care centers for healthcare. They do not have a primary care provider – a medical home, like Health Services of North Texas. Both Collin and Denton Counties are designated as “health professional shortage areas,” meaning the number of medical providers is insufficient to care for the size of the population and their medical needs.