About the event
With the ACA set for repeal and replace,
Cuts to Medicaid and Medicare planned,
Over 423,000 uninsured Virginians and,
Even more uninsured immigrants and refugees,
The need for affordable healthcare has never been higher.
Join us over Dinner to see how you can help the ADAMS Compassionate Healthcare Network (ACHN) continue to provide affordable, quality healthcare to Virginians, immigrants, refugees, and anyone able to access the network.
SUGGESTED DONATION: $1,000/person
Why should you sponsor?
ACHN is a licensed 501(c)3 nonprofit serving the needs of the indigent by providing free healthcare services through our professional network of healthcare providers and volunteers. To fulfill its mission, ACHN relies on business partners who share our values and wish to improve the health of local communities. Your sponsorships help us continue our work and pave the path for future projects.
With its exceptional work and continued dedication to the community, ACHN has been recognized by the Virginia General Assembly, published in The Washington Post, as well as received the Presidential Recognition for Community Services from APPNA.
We are anticipating an attendance of more than 200 business executives, industry professionals, and the public. This event is a great opportunity for your organization to reach a target audience!
We have designed tiered packages that provide your organization the opportunity to tap into our network and garner an excellent return on your investment. Sponsorships must be confirmed by Saturday, April 8, 2017.
ACHN is a volunteer-based, non-profit organization committed to providing patient-centered health care to uninsured, low income individuals. ACHN does not discriminate based on race, religion, ethnicity, gender or disability.
ACHN envisions itself as part of a larger network of institutions addressing the health and well-being of underserved and indigent individuals. It continues to cultivate a network of collaborative relationships with individuals and organizations in the community for the purpose of providing comprehensive health care.
Contact the Organizer
Contact the Organizer