Donations will complete this project: $2M from individuals and another $4M from private foundations will fund 24% of the $27M project cost for the Marin City Health and Housing Hub.

Donations Online or By Check

Please consider making a capital gift online or by check, payable to Marin City Health & Wellness Center and mail to our administrative offices. Kindly note on the Memo line “Health & Housing Hub.”

MCHWC Administrative Office
880 Las Gallinas #7
San Rafael, CA 94903

Donations of Stock

We gladly accept donations of stock! Please ask your broker to transfer to our account, and let us know that the gift is in support of the Marin City Health & Housing Hub. Stock transfer instructions are:

Vanguard Depository Trust Company
Beneficiary Account Number: 86906899
Beneficiary Name: Marin City Health and Wellness Center
Originator to Beneficiary Information (OBI): Please indicate Donor Name.

Please email Melanie Hamburger, Director of Capital Projectsto tour our new site, meet our leadership team, or learn more about this exciting project.

Project Costs

The anticipated project cost of $27M will be funded by: tax credits, federal and county agency funding, private foundation grants for health services and affordable housing, program related investment (PRI), and low/no-interest loans. The housing makes the project eligible for fast-tracking under California’s new affordable housing Senate Bill 35.

Project Sponsor

Marin City Health & Wellness Center, the project sponsor and site owner, is a nonprofit public health clinic offering primary health, mental health and youth programs, created in 2006 to serve families in an economically disadvantaged community. In 2018 the Center provided nearly 20,000 visits to over 3,700 patients, across six sites from San Rafael to San Francisco’s Bayview Hunters Point. The Center’s leadership has demonstrated prudent financial management, building over $500,000 in reserves from operating income and 20-30% year-over-year growth in revenue. The site mortgage represents the only debt in the Center’s history.

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