Nearly 20 years ago, an important thought came to a group of dedicated individuals concerned with the healthcare disparity for the millions of Americans across the country without access to lifesaving medical support.
In the United States, hurricanes have been a historical source of destruction for countless geographic regions across the country. With the potential to cause billions of dollars in damage, hurricanes are often considered one of the costliest natural disasters common to North America and its shores.
For the millions of Americans actively seeking healthcare in the United States, being able to depend on accessible, high-quality medical care—regardless of age, sex, income, education, immigration status, ethnicity, skin color, religion, sexual orientation, or even insurability—is essential to combating illness and improving quality of life.
April 18-24, 2021 is National Volunteer Week. The theme for National Volunteer Week is Celebrate Service – an opportunity to shine a light on the people and causes that inspire us to serve. Volunteerism empowers individuals to find their purpose, to take their passion and turn it into meaningful change. When each of us, in our own way, answers the call to make a difference, we make progress in solving our most persistent problems, and create stronger communities and a more just society.
As the world continues to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic, the NAFC checked in with our members to gauge the current
We want to take a moment to address the violence that occurred at our Capitol yesterday. For the NAFC, the Capitol isn’t just a building seen on TV. It is where we work, it is where our friends work. We visit that building and meet with Members of Congress on both sides of the aisle. We plead the case for millions of uninsured people. Our job isn’t about Republican or Democrat, our job is to help hard working people get access to health care.
GivingTuesday was created in 2012 as
Today, November 10, 2020, the Supreme Court is hearing oral arguments in California v.
Today we take a moment to reflect on the state of our nation, to recognize the pain being felt across the country from the killing of George Floyd and those before him, to share our support for the Black Community and all people of color, to reject any form of racism, hate, bigotry and violence, and to express our hope to be part of the solution and change that needs to occur to deal with systemic racism and oppression.