ProHealth gave $21,000 in donations to ten local non-profits this month:
- Pensacola Habitat for Humanity
- The Birthday Party
- Favor House
- Okaloosa County Commission on the Status of Women
- Food Raising Friends
- A Hope for SRC
- SRC Kids House
- Crestview Pregnancy Center
- Path of Grace
- The Good Samaritan Clinic
Each ProHealth office was given $3,000 to donate to a non-profit of the employees’ choosing. The money was split between multiple non-profits or the total amount to one single non-profit. There are seven ProHealth offices in Northwest Florida.
ProHealth’s President, Danette Krumel, remarks, “Since our staff selected nonprofits that made a direct impact on many of them individually, our team feels collectively connected to a greater purpose. Our employees’ impact is often much more than the immediate patient. What they do everyday matters, and their hard work made it possible to donate $21,000 to non-profits this year.”
Pensacola Habitat for Humanity has built almost 1,400 homes in Escambia and Santa Rosa County. Along with building houses, they do various programs and services aimed to transform the community, one homeowner at a time. For more information visit pensacolahabitat.org.
The Birthday Party Project mission is to give every child who experience homelessness a birthday celebration. Committed to being a steady and celebratory force with 13,00 birthday kids celebrated and 2,500 parties hosted. For more information visit thebirthdaypartyproject.org.
Favor House of Northwest Florida is a certified domestic violence center for Escambia and Santa Rosa County. The mission is to provide housing and resources to women and families that are victims to domestic violence. For more information visit favorhouse.org.
OCCSW – Okaloosa County Commission on the Status of Women purpose is to eliminate barriers to achievement for women through research, education, and communication, recognize and honor women who have made significant contributions toward improving the status of women and other citizens of Okaloosa County. For more information visit OCCSW.com.
Food Raising Friends, Inc. is northwest Florida’s nutritional bridge for children during school breaks. We remove barriers between children who are at risk or experiencing hunger and the food they need to improve education outcomes. For more information visit foodraisingfriends.com.
A Hope for SRC educates our community on responsible ownership of companion animals and proper care for community cats by providing access to affordable sterilization/vaccine services, rescue support and community outreach programs, leading to the prevention of unnecessary euthanasia. For more information visit ahope4src.com.
SRC Kids House mission is to deliver a well-coordinated and multi-disciplined response to child abuse in an environment that puts the needs of the child first. For more information visit srkidshouse.org.
Crestview Pregnancy Center mission is the help bring hope and care to women who are in a crisis pregnancy situation. They offer education resources, counseling, and show the clients there is a way through the circumstance. For more information visit crestviewpregnancycenter.org.
Path of Grace is a faith-based, long-term, sober living, nonprofit residence program for women who are recovering from alcohol and/or drug abuse. For more information visit pathofgrace.net.
The Good Samaritan Clinic provides free quality medical care, medications, and dental care to the uninsured in our community. For more information visit interfaith-ministries.org.
ProHealth walk-in clinics and lab offices offer affordable primary, preventative, and semi/non-emergent medical care in Pensacola and Gulf Breeze. Whether patients are uninsured or underinsured, ProHealth makes healthcare more affordable and convenient. Learn more at ProHealthFL.com.