Mayo Clinic has built a strong tradition and commitment to being a positive and productive member of the communities in which we live and work. We believe being a good corporate citizen is not just the right thing to do; it also benefits our patients, our employees and the wider community.
Many of our students, staff and clinicians find ways to give back to the community.
Here are some examples of programs and initiatives in which we are involved either through financial support or volunteer commitment.
- We Care Clinics — Florida
- We Care Clinics — Beaches Homeless (Mission House Clinics)
- We Care Jacksonville — I.M. Sulzbacher Homeless Shelter
- Community Asthma Project in Jacksonville, Fla.
Community Asthma Project — I.M. Sulzbacher Homeless Shelter
For more than 10 years, the Sulzbacher Center Health Services has been providing a safety net for quality health care for the wider community. The center's dental clinic provides the only full-time adult indigent dental service in the area and is one of two in Duval County to be designated as a Federally Qualified Health Center Facility.
- Volunteers in Medicine — Florida
- Mayo Clinic provides leadership to the Diversity Leadership Alliance in Arizona, a community collaborative dedicated to building, empowering and sustaining communities.
- Through its Diversity Interest Groups in Arizona, Mayo Clinic provides health care and other outreach services, financial contributions and volunteers for various community projects.
Health Care Outreach
- Mayo Clinic provides board leadership, volunteers and financial contributions to the Arizona Transplant House through fundraisers, direct contributions and a 5K run-walk fitness camp.
- Mayo Clinic physicians and nursing staff provide volunteer time at the Society of St. Vincent de Paul health clinic, serving homeless and disadvantaged populations.
- Dermatology residents and staff provide free care to patients of the Las Fuentes Free Clinic in Guadalupe, Ariz.
- Mayo Clinic employees in Arizona donated hundreds of pounds of food to the Joshua Tree Food Shelter, a food bank for HIV and AIDS patients.
- Families living at the Ronald McDonald House are fed by our Mayo Clinic employees quarterly.
- Mayo Clinic employees provide food for the African Descendant Interest Group, a program geared toward restoring self-sufficiency for men living at the Mesa Men's Shelter for the homeless.
- Mayo Clinic in Arizona also supports food banks and meal programs for the homeless and underserved through the Society of St. Vincent de Paul.
Dec. 07, 2011