Partner to Improve Health Care at Home in Ohio

With the help of our donors, OCHCH has been on the very forefront of advocating for and protecting the interests of our members. Donations make it possible for our members to impact laws and regulations and to improve the lives of individuals by supporting policymakers that support health care at home.

OCHCH-PAC provides a way for health care at home professionals — nurses, aides, therapists, home care and hospice professionals — to pool resources to have a greater impact on the political process for patients and businesses throughout Ohio.

Having a strong PAC allows OCHCH to effectively advocate the home care and hospice message within a very competitive environment.

Your donation has a tremendous impact on our advocacy efforts. Do you want to help lead our industry into the future? Become a contributor and be recognized for your efforts through any number of our reward programs.

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Pac Contributor Levels

Royce Club – $1,000 +

Named in honor of OCHCH founder, Dorothy Royce, members in this exclusive club receive a lapel pin, a quarterly conference call, special recognition on a plaque and at an OCHCH event, an invitation to special events, and PAC newsletter.

Champion Club – $250 – $999

Champion Club members receive a lapel pin, recognition at an OCHCH event, invitation to special events, and PAC newletter.

Hero Club – $100 – $249

Members of the Hero Club receive a lapel pin, free webinar, and PAC newsletter.

Community Care Defense Club – $1 – $99

Community Care Defense Club members receive the PAC newsletter. Donors who contribute using payroll deduction also receive a free webinar.

All donors will receive a monthly OCHCH-PAC newsletter that highlights OCHCH political activity and advocacy.

Your participation in the OCHCH-PAC is strictly voluntary. Contributions to the OCHCH-PAC are not tax deductible as
a charitable contribution for income tax purposes. Campaign law prohibits donating corporate dollars.

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