The Suitcase Clinic is a student-run organization, sponsored by the Associated Students of the University of California, a 501c3 Non-Profit. All funding originates from the continuous work on grants done by the Administrative Coordinators, from the Associated Students of the University of California, and from generous gifts from members of the community. Any and all donations are tax-deductible and greatly appreciated. Donations can be monetary in nature or can include equipment for our clinics. We accept donations ranging from toiletries (razors, soap, shampoo, conditioner, toothbrushes, toothpaste, floss, lotion, etc.) to clothing, blankets and jackets. Please contact us via phone or e-mail to set up a pick up time or for more information about donating supplies to the Suitcase Clinic.
The Suitcase Clinic relies on fundraising and donations to run our three clinics. You can help us continue to serve the underserved community by making a monetary or item-based contribution to our organization following the instructions below.
You have the opportunity to make a one-time or a recurring donation to the Suitcase Clinic through the UC Berkeley Foundation. All donations will directly benefit activities of the Suitcase Clinic. Thank you for supporting the efforts of the Suitcase Clinic.
- Visit Suitcase Clinic’s “Give to Cal” site by clicking here.
- Enter the amount you would like to donate to the Suitcase Clinic.
- Indicate whether you would like to make this a one-time or a recurring donation.
- Click on “Enter Credit Card Information” when finished.
Samahope – Suitcase Clinic Health Kits:
We’ve partnered with Samahope, a crowdfunding site that helps fund treatments for underserved clients all over the world. Suitcase Clinic’s current focus is on providing health kits to our clients that include hygiene supplies, first-aid supplies, a water bottle with a filter, and socks. Donations are tax-deductible and can be a one-time donation or made on a monthly-basis. If you’re interested in donating, visit our Samahope page: http://www.samahope.org/doctor-nam/.