Donate to Project Health
A Program of the
Indianapolis Medical Society Foundation
Despite some incredible stories, meeting our goals, and the incredible in-kind donations of care by the doctors and hospitals - ALL IS NOT ROSY. Project Health is not a "clinic" and therefore does not receive federal and state funding. Local foundations limit the number of years any organization can be funded. In early 2010 Project Health changed the funding strategy and marketing. There is now a $100 annual membership fee for each patient (less than the cost of a lab test). Patients are willing to contribute this fee. Events and other funding options are planned but right now contributions are critical. We need help to survive.
The Indianapolis Medical Society Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Any gift to the IMSF-Project Health is tax deductable. Please phone Carrie Jackson-Logsdon at (317) 262-5625 or email email@example.com for more information on how you can help.
$500 provides durable medical equipment such as orthotics, boots, and 2 month's ostomy and urostomy supplies for those who have had surgery for colon cancer and bladder/prostate cancer.
$1,000 provides a hearing aid or diabetes testing supplies, equipment, and insulin per person for two months.
$2,000 provides two hearing aids or a CPAP breathing machine and supplies.
$5,000 provides taxi vouchers for 1 year for those patients who do not have cars and are so seriously ill that they cannot walk to a bus stop. These are our patients with multiple sclerosis, cancer, or who have just had surgery and are not allowed to drive for a month.
$10,000 provides diabetes education videos/DVD's and printed materials, plus the cost of shipping for 400 diabetic patients.
$20,000 provides medically certified interpreters to accompany non-English speaking patients to every doctor's visit, lab tests, other diagnostic testing, all the way through surgery and post-operative recovery.