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"The move has to grow - the role of Community Health Workers...it's about time!" 

 

 

To help us in our "CHW Living Wage" campaign, please click the gold "donate" button to make your contribution.



                   

 

Please note:  You will be re-routed to a PayPal account administered by the Center for Health Impact (formerly Central MA Area Health Education Center).  MACHW is an affiliate of the Center for Health Impact.

 

 


 

-- remarks by Dr. H. Jack Geiger, co-founder of Community Health Centers in the U.S., and former physician-activist, speaks about the long history and legacy of CHWs.  The video was presented during his Special Remarks section at the 2013 MACHW's Annual Meeting, in Marlborough, in September 2013.

 

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watch video presentation HERE

Thank you for considering a donation to the Massachusetts Association of Community Health Workers!

Your support enables MACHW to continue its mission of strengthening the professional identity of CHWs, fostering leadership among CHWs and promoting the integration of CHWs into the health care, public health and human services through education, research, policy development, and advocacy.  You can donate as an individual basic member or as an organizational member.

Contributions to MACHW are fully tax-deductible. For more information about giving opportunities, please contact Jackie Toledo at (508) 556-1345 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Please make checks payable to MACHW, 35 Harvard St., Suite 300, Worcester, MA 01609.  You may also make an online donation today by clicking on PayPal's DONATE button below for a safe and secure payment transaction.

 


Please note:  You will be re-routed to a PayPal account administered by the Center for Health Impact (formerly Central MA Area Health Education Center).  MACHW is an affiliate of the Center for Health Impact.