Give Miami Day

Community Health of South Florida, Inc. (CHI) is excited to participate in Give Miami Day. It is one of the biggest annual giving events nationwide and an opportunity for CHI to tap into donations to support critical programs and services. Give Miami Day starts at 12:00am on November 15th, 2018 and ends at 12:00am on November 16th, 2018.


Last year’s Give Miami Day made history by raising $10.1 Million for nearly 700 local non-profits. We hope that you will give to CHI and be a part of this great philanthropic event. The donations we receive will help us build a Children’s Crisis Center at our main campus, 10300 SW 216 St. Miami FL 33190. Currently we have an Adult Crisis Stabilization Unit, however it is not suitable for kids. Some of our families travel more than 100 miles to bring their child to a Children’s Crisis Center, a 24-hour facility that treats kids with severe behavioral health issues. You can help ensure this critical resource is available to families who desperately need help.


Beyond this, CHI has a host of critical healthcare services that ensure everyone has access to quality care, regardless of income, insurance status or immigration status. Your donation can also help fund healthcare for someone who can’t afford medical, pediatric, OB/GYN, dental, behavioral health, vision, pharmacy, urgent care and other services.



When you give on Give Miami Day your donation pushes us closer to our goal for the Children’s Crisis Center. By participating you make us eligible to receive bonuses and matching funds from a larger donor pool. Every dollar counts! So, give from your heart and heal the hearts and minds of our most vulnerable kids.

Every dollar counts! We appreciate your donation large or small. Your money will go for a great purpose. Take a look and see how even a small amount can have a big impact in someone’s life:



  • $25 donation gives a child an hour of therapy with a therapist.
  • $50 pays for a review of the patient’s mental health plan including goals, objectives and progress
  • $100 pays for a psychiatric evaluation for a child.
  • $500 pays for one day of 24-hour in-patient around the clock psychiatric treatment, including therapy, groups, medication, and a health assessment.



  • $25 pays for critical lab services to check a patient’s hemoglobin, check for anemia, check for liver diseases, plus sugar and cholesterol assessment.
  • $25 pays for cervical cancer screening for a woman or an EKG or the flu vaccine.
  • $50 funds a work physical for a patient with low income and without health insurance.
  • $100 donation will pay for three children to see the pediatrician.
  • $500 pays for a coloscopy with a biopsy for a woman with an abnormal pap smear to rule out cancer.
  • $1000 funds 10 prenatal visits for pregnant women or 5 OB/GYN ultra-sounds, or 5 screening mammograms.



  • $50 funds cavity fillings
  • $100 would pay for a surgical extraction, relieving someone’s pain.
  • $500 nine dental visits for patients who otherwise wouldn’t be able to afford the dentist.

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