Monetary and in-kind contributions from individuals and organizations enable the Lloyd F. Moss Free Clinic to serve thousands of people in need each year. Your support is deeply appreciated. The Clinic is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization | EIN # 54-1677934.
Ways to Give
- Individual gifts
You are welcome to make a monetary donation to the Clinic at any time throughout the year. You may make your gift securely online – or, if you’d prefer, by cash or check. Checks should be made payable to Lloyd F. Moss Free Clinic. Our mailing address is 1301 Sam Perry Boulevard, Fredericksburg, VA 22401.
- On-line giving
The Lloyd F. Moss Free Clinic uses Humanitru to securely process its online donations. This service enables us to accept most major credit cards as well as debit transactions. You may use this online service for individual gifts as well as for recurring gifts. Click here to donate online now!
- Coordinated Giving Campaigns
The Clinic is pleased to participate in the following community giving campaigns:
- Rappahannock United Way – Code #7019
- United Way Local Government Campaign – Code #
- Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) – Code #30911
- Combined Virginia Campaign (CVC) – Code #200097
- Tribute Gifts
Gifts have special meaning when offered “in memory of” or “in honor of” those who have touched our lives. Consider paying tribute to someone special during the holidays, on a birthday or anniversary, or in recognition of any milestone. Be sure to provide your gift recipient’s name and contact information so that we can notify them of your thoughtfulness!
- In-kind Donations
The Clinic accepts donations of certain supplies such as office supplies, examination gloves, plastic utensils, paper plates, and napkins, in addition to restaurant supplied meals to feed our evening clinic volunteers. Due to space restrictions and specific patient needs, we cannot accept all donations. If your office or organization is interested in providing a donated service or product that you believe may be valuable to our patients, please call us at (540) 741-1061.
Please note state and federal laws prohibit us from accepting donated medications.