Generations Family Health Center | Willimantic, Norwich, Putnam and Danielson CT

Ways To Give

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For almost thirty years, Generations Family Health Center has been firmly rooted in eastern Connecticut responding to the health care needs of the medically underserved. Over the years, Generations has grown and blossomed in order to meet the healthcare needs of the communities we serve. Generations now provides medical, dental, behavioral, case management and care coordination services throughout eastern Connecticut in the towns of Willimantic, Norwich, Putnam, and Danielson and through mobile health programs.

Generations Family Health Center, Inc. (Generations) is a non-profit, tax exempt agency-501(c) (3). Our mission is to provide quality, compassionate and professional health care that is affordable, easily accessible and without discrimination to all members of the communities we serve. Please consider helping Generations to continue to meet our mission with a charitable gift of any size.

 

Ways to Give to Generations Family Health Center

Direct Giving
Generations gladly accepts monetary donations of any amount. All monetary donations support programs that directly help our patients. Unrestricted gifts allow for the greatest flexibility in supporting our programs and meeting emergency needs, but we will gladly accept gifts designated to a specific program or project.

Putnam and Willimantic Giving Trees
Generations recently opened the doors of a 32,000 square foot “green”community health center in Willimantic, Connecticut. This new site allows Generations to provide medical, dental, behavioral health and care coordination services all under one roof. Generations will soon be opening the doors of its new 10,000 square foot “green” community health center in Putnam, Connecticut.

Generations has chosen to recognize its donors by placing Giving Trees in the lobbies of our newest facilities. A donation to our Giving Tree will plant a seed for our future growth and further strengthen the branches of the care we provide throughout our service area.

The Giving Tree not only allows you to make a tax deductible donation but also provides you with the opportunity to recognize family, friends and a loved one in an ongoing memorial.

Please download the attached Generations’ Giving Tree Form (PDF) for more information.

Donation Form

Memorial Gifts
Memorial contributions to Generations Family Health Center provide a special opportunity to let family and friends know they are being remembered.

A memorial gift is a thoughtful and caring way to express sympathy while sharing concern for the health and well being of others.

Tribute Gift
A tribute gift to Generations Family Health Center provides you with the unique opportunity to honor special people on birthdays, graduations, weddings and other memorable occasions. It is a great way to show a family member or friend that you share and respect their love for the health and happiness of people from all walks of life.

Volunteer
A monetary donation is always appreciated but there are many other ways of giving such as:

  • Become a sponsor of a room, piece of equipment or one of our fundraisers
  • Become a Board Member

How to Give
If you would like to make a tax deductible donation, please download the attached Generations’ Donation Form (PDF) and send with your check or money order made payable to:

Generations Family Health Center, Inc.
Attention: Fiscal Department
40 Mansfield Avenue
Willimantic, CT 06226

Donation Form

For more information about supporting Generations, please contact Allison Heneghan, Director of Communications and Development at (860) 456-6286 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Thank you for choosing to support Generations Family Health Center!

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Contact Us
Willimantic (860) 450-7471
Behavioral Health Services/Willimantic (860) 450-0585
Danielson (860) 774-7501
Norwich (860) 885-1308
Putnam (860) 963-7917

This health center is a Health Center Program grantee under 42 U.S.C. 254b, and a deemed Public Health Service employee under 42 U.S.C. 233(g)-(n).