How to support 65+ Birmingham nonprofits, including 16 health support services

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Hands up for supporting those who need it most! Photo via Magic Moments on Facebook

Our local nonprofits need our support now more than ever, Birmingham. Over 400 local businesses and 65 local nonprofits have joined our free databases helping Birmingham citizens learn how they can support local today. Keep reading to learn about 15 health support service nonprofits that need your help.

Why it Matters + What We’re Doing

Our world has been turned upside down in recent weeks with the emergence of COVID-19. Everyone is feeling the effects, and small businesses + local nonprofits are some of the ones getting hit the hardest.

At Bham Now, we ❤️our Birmingham community. We want to do our part to support the people that make our city run, which is why we’re opening our platform to share vital info. If you’re involved with a small business or local nonprofit, fill out one of the forms below and be featured for free on our site.

Join over 400 local businesses and over 65 local nonprofits that have already signed up. We’ll be putting out guides that pull from this database, so don’t miss out!

1. AAAP/The HANDS Program

2. Advancing Sight Network

3.  AIDS Alabama, Inc.

4. Alzheimer’s Association Alabama Chapter

5. Birmingham AIDS Outreach

6. Breast Cancer Research Foundation of Alabama

7.  Children’s of Alabama

8. Crisis Center, Inc.

9. Epilepsy Foundation Alabama

10. Foundry

11.  Glenwood, Inc.

12. Hand in Paw

13. Laura Crandall Brown Foundation

14. Magic Moments

15.  Triumph Services Inc.

16. United Ability

Want your nonprofit to be featured in a guide like this one? Be sure to add it to our database and we’ll help get the word out.

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Beth Cunningham
A Birmingham transplant who can usually be found hitting a new hiking trail or restaurant opening when she's not writing stories and snapping photos for Bham Now.
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