Membership Levels



The demand for low cost medical care in Bedford is growing. As more people lose jobs and employer contributions to health insurance, more families are unable to afford basic health care. Your membership donation to the Bedford Community Health Foundation is essential to help the organizations in this community which provide health-related services to needy families.

An individual donation of $40 can provide high blood pressure medication for a senior citizen or a textbook for a local nursing student.

A family donation of $70 can provide much-needed medications to several individuals, a visit to the dentist for a young child, or a first mammogram.

A business donation of $100 can make CPR classes available to someone who can’t afford training or provide a continuing education class to a local nursing professional.

Your membership donation is critical to non-profit organizations in Bedford which provide health-related services. Each year, the Bedford Community Health Foundation gives out almost $150,000 in grants and scholarships to help make Bedford a healthier place in which to live. Unfortunately, the requests always exceed the grants available. Without your donation, that gap will continue to grow.

Please help us fund essential programs and services in Bedford. Programs such as Medical Transportation, Emergency Services, Nursing and Allied Health Education, School Health Nursing, Prescription Medication Assistance, Hospice, Senior Care, Dental Care for Children and Adults, Nutrition and Fitness Programming, Mental Health and Rehabilitation, Parenting, Teen Traffic Safety, Health Care Services for Needy Families, Mammography, Community Health Screenings and Education, and much, much more.
You gift could help a local student earn a nursing degree.

People belong to the American Cancer Society because they want to contribute to finding a cure.  People join parent/teacher organizations to personally make a difference in the quality of education for students in their area.

People join the Bedford Community Health Foundation for both reasons –to contribute to a wealth of health initiatives and programs, and to personally make a different in the quality and availability of healthcare in our area.  Our members realize there is strength in numbers.  By joining with their neighbors, co-workers and friends, they can help make Bedford one of the healthiest communities in the state.  That’s the goal of the Bedford Community Health Foundation and its members.

Good health is important to all of us and what a great community resource!  Join now.

Memberships are available at the following levels:

$40 annual Individual Membership

$70 annual Family Membership

$15 annual Student Membership

$50 annual Civic, Church or Non-Profit Membership

$100 annual Business membership (membership is only the beginning, sponsorship opportunities as well as the creation of a business-named restricted fund enable businesses to get marketing and public relations benefits for their investments while making a positive impact on the health of their community)

$500 one-time donation Life Membership

You can join now by clicking “here”.  Or if you have questions or would like additional information, there is contact information below.


Call: 540.586.5292

Visit the Foundation office on the second floor of the Bedford Central Library located at 321 North Bridge Street.

To discuss unique business membership opportunities, call Denny Huff, Executive Director of the Bedford Community Health Foundation, at 540.586.5292.

In response to the governors declared state of emergency to address the Coronavirus pandemic, the Bedford Central Library will be closed to the public beginning Wednesday, March 18, 2020. As a result, The Bedford Community Health Foundation will make available curb side drop-off service for grant application delivery on March 18 through April 1st.

Our staff will be available to accept grant applications from 9 am to 3:30 pm each day. Prior to coming to drop-off your grant application, we ask that you call 540.586.5292 or call/text (540) 798-0214 so we can meet you outside. If someone is not available to meet you, please drop-off curbside to library staff and they will ensure we receive it.