Your community-minded support truly matters in our ability to provide access to healthcare on the Lower and Outer Cape. A caring community makes all the difference now and into the future in our ability to help others and grow with modern facilities and innovative programs.
Outer Cape Health Services is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. As such, we rely on the generous giving of individuals, businesses and foundations to bridge the gap between the true cost of providing care and reimbursements received. When we work together, we ensure that you, your family and neighbors will always have access to, and receive, the highest quality care possible when and where you need it. Thank you for your support today!
Outer Cape Health Services offers you a variety of ways to make a gift:
- Cash – Cash gifts are the most common charitable gifts. They are simple to make and serve as a charitable tax deduction for annual support. Donors who give $1,000 or more to the unrestricted Annual Fund are automatically enrolled in our Rising Tide Leadership Society (click on brochure to the right for details).
- Stocks & Securities – By making a gift of appreciated securities, the donor avoids all capital gains taxes and may use the full value of the gift as a tax deduction. Outer Cape Health Services’ DTC Number is 0226 and our Tax ID is 04-2509858.
- Matching Gifts – Many companies will match your gift to Outer Cape Health Services. Contact your human resources department for more information.
- Other assets – A donation of other appreciable assets, such as real estate, art or other personal property offers similar tax advantages.
Other Ways to Give
Event Sponsorships – OCHS presents several events throughout the year to benefit operations, and special programs and needs of our health centers. Event sponsorship opportunities are available as a vehicle for companies to publicly demonstrate support of our health care services on the Lower and Outer Cape.
How to Donate
Contact the Development department at (508) 905-2850 or use the contact form below.