Cambria Healthcare District Seeking Donations

The Cambria Community Healthcare District (CCHD) has been providing much-needed healthcare services to residents and visitors in our local community since 1947. It is our mission to provide health-related assistance to every individual living in or visiting our community — an 800+ square-mile area extending from Villa Creek Road in the south, up to the Monterey County line in the north and to the crest of Highway 46 in the east. We currently provide 911 emergency medical response as the primary Advanced Life Support ambulance service for this substantial area.

With the recent challenges faced during the pandemic, the importance of this service is all the more critical. In addition to sustaining the ambulance service, we also have a responsibility to the community to solicit needed healthcare assets such as primary physician care and wellness programs. There are efforts underway to accomplish these. You can view our mission statement and review our initiatives at

In order to help us fulfill our mission, kindly consider making a tax-deductible donation to the Cambria Community Healthcare District Trust — an IRS 501(c)(3) charitable organization. All monies raised will be 100% used for capital-type investments to improve our ability to serve this community now and for many years to come. With your help we can better serve those who live, work and play here.

Recently, the Cambria Community Council funded a grant request made by the CCHD Trust for a used ambulance, which will be in service for many years.

To facilitate a convenient platform for tax-deductible donations we have set up a link that allows for a direct donation to our CCHD Trust account using credit cards as well as e-checks:
Any amount is appreciated and will be put to good use. Each contributor will receive a receipt for tax purposes.

Mike McDonough
Administrator – Cambria Community Healthcare District

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