The Community Health Exchange is a web community where people interested
in offering donations of time, talent, and treasure can find
stories, videos, and needs posted by local nonprofit Causes, and donate directly
to make a positive difference.
Health and human service organizations, churches and other nonprofit charities utilize the Community Health Exchange to improve the way they
communicate stories and needs within their own communities and also to communicate to people in the larger general community.
Yes, the Community Health Exchange is a free community service.
There is no cost for a nonprofit Cause to register and post stories and needs and there is no cost for visitors
to view stories on the Community Health Exchange.
Each Cause may also place a Community Health Giving Window on their own website at no cost.
All stories and needs are displayed on the individual Cause listing pages
and priority needs are also displayed on the Community Health Exchange for each city.
Featured Causes are listed at the top of each Cause category for a city.
Featured Causes may also submit Featured Stories that are highlighted
in a special section of the the Community Health Exchange page for their city. Please contact us directly for more information.
Yes. The Community Health Exchange can be utilized by any 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Health and human services, Churches, and other
nonprofit Causes may register and post stories and needs as text and
videos so that people in their community can easily see those stories and needs and lend support
via tax-deductible donations or with in-kind donations of items or volunteer services.
Yes. The Community Health Exchange is formatted to be quickly
displayed and readable on both desktop computer screens and smaller mobile smartphone screens.
Visitors can make tax-deductible online donations directly to individual
nonprofit causes via credit card using the credit card processing service selected by the registered
nonprofit cause. Nonprofit causes may select PayPal, Google, JustGive, Razoo, Network for Good, or any other credit card
processor they may already utilize.
The Community Health Exchange (and GoodHealthCauses.com) was developed by Cyberpartners.com.
The See Needs technology powers the
Birmingham Community Health Exchange (BCHE), a joint community
service project supported by the UAB School of Public Health, the I L O Institute, a
Fairfield, CT company that helps large corporations, not-for-profits and
government agencies share information about innovation in large organizations,
Founding BCHE nonprofit member organizations include:
The Community Health Exchange is underwritten in part by local sponsors. For information on company sponsorship,
please contact us via the contact link below.
Cyberpartners.com, Inc. maintains a policy of not sharing any data collected
via the Community Health Exchange website with any person or entity outside of
Please read the
page for additional information.