We make giving simple.
Whitney M. Young, Jr. Health Center is a not-for-profit organization that relies heavily on charitable donations from people like you. At Whitney Young Health, you can be sure that your donation is hard at work making the Capital District a healthier, more stable place to live. Our patients are your neighbors, your co-workers, and the person who served your coffee this morning. Your gift can make a difference in their lives, and of those around them. Please give generously.
Make your gift via credit card or direct debit from your bank account using our secure website. Pledges to be paid later may also be made online.
Website: DONATE NOW
Call our Development Office 518-491-4471 or 518-491-4472 to make a credit card donation over the phone.
Checks may be mailed to:
Attn: Development Office
Whitney Young Health
920 Lark Drive
Albany, NY 12207
By Stock Transfer
Gifts of stock may be made through:
Brokerage House: National Financial Services
DTC Number: 226
Account Name: Whitney M. Young, Jr. Health Center
Account Number: 638-261725
Cash, checks and tangible items* may be dropped of at:
Whitney Young Health Administrative Office
900 Lark Drive
Albany, NY 12207
*Other drop off locations may be available. Tangible items are subject to review before accepting. Please contact our Development Director at 518-591-4471 or email@example.com to discuss tangible gifts.
Attend an Event.
The Legacy Event, is Whitney Young Health's annual fundraising event that celebrates those who have supported us and is also an opportunity to fund-raise for our future expansions in providing medical, dental and behavioral health throughout the Capital Region.
Thank you to everyone who attended the 2017 Legacy Event on September 14, 2017. To see photos from the evening, visit our Facebook page here.
Become an Advocate.
Help our story be heard! Join the CHCANYS Grassroots Action Network.
Signing up to become a health center advocate is an easy way to stay informed about important developments in the health center community and to be notified when critical health center policy issues are being considered by our state and federal policymakers.