Our Partners

Our work is made possible by the generosity of our community partners

The Virginia Association of Free and Charitable Clinics (VAFCC) gratefully acknowledges the support of our community partners. Thank you to the funders and foundations that make donations and award grants not only to our member free and charitable clinics, but also to the VAFCC. They give us the opportunity to provide tools, research and training to the clinic staff and volunteers. Thank you to the pharmaceutical partners that provide our member free and charitable clinics with no cost and low cost medications for their patients. A special thank you to the Commonwealth of Virginia and the Virginia Department of Health (VDH) that provides a $6.7 million budget line item to support the work of the free clinics.

Supporting Partners Include:







Interested in becoming a Supporting Partner?

Invest in Virginia’s healthcare safety net, working to ensure accessing to quality, comprehensive healthcare to those in need. 

VAFCC’s Partner Sponsorships, available to our community partners, are the best way to connect with senior nonprofit management and healthcare professionals throughout the state while also demonstrating your philanthropic support. Your sponsorship gives you the unique opportunity to:
  • Reach decision makers with your message (VAFCC represents 60+ free and charitable clinics throughout the state)
  • Communicate with leadership in the field (VAFCC engages 1400+ staff and board members from member clinics)
  • Show your commitment to the sector and industry (VAFCC member clinics engage over 5,800+ clinical and lay volunteers to serve 75,000 vulnerable patients in 246,000+ visits to provide $114+ million of care)
Please contact Rebecca Butler at 804-340-3434 or at rbutler@vafreeclinics.org for sponsorship details. 

A Lifesaving Investment

Working towards a Virginia where all people have access to comprehensive, quality healthcare by supporting and advocating for our member clinics so that hardworking individuals and families are protected from healthcare crises.