Valentine’s Day is a day to show your love to the special people in your life. Many of us will be busy buying flowers and chocolates, or taking our special someone out to a nice dinner. This year, we invite you to try something different.
Did you know?
A dozen roses at Valentine’s Day can cost anywhere from $50-$80 or more.
A $50 donation to HealthNet helps build literacy by providing books for HealthNet’s Reach Out & Read Program. Children under age 6 receive a brand new book at every well-child check-up and their parents receive guidelines for reading aloud with their children.
A dozen chocolate covered strawberries at Valentine’s Day can cost between $20 and $30.
A $25 donation to HealthNet provides patients with emergency medical needs, such as medicine, food, shelter or transportation to and from our Health Centers.
The average person will spend approximately $130.97 on Valentine’s Day gifts and festivities, according to CNN.
A donation of $100 to HealthNet goes towards unrestricted operations support where the need is greatest.
This year, instead of buying flowers or chocolates, give the gift that gives back. Consider making a tax-deductible donation to HealthNet in honor of your loved one. Your donation helps HealthNet continue to provide care to those in Indianapolis who need it most.
To make a donation online, please visit www.indyhealthnet.org/Donate.