Join us in addressing our community’s health needs by making a donation today. Your support makes our work possible!
As a nonprofit organization, Confio Health relies on the generosity of our donors to support the work we do, especially in underserved communities throughout DFW. Your generosity contributes to initiatives like improved access to sex ed, and increased outreach presence, and additional marketing, and more!
If at any time you have questions about becoming a donor, or about your donor experience please contact Shehan Welihindha.
When you make a donation to CONFIO Health, you are giving thousands of people across Los Angeles County access to life-saving services and quality health care. Looking for other ways to help? Check out some of these ideas.
Many workplaces offer the opportunity to make a donation to CONFIO Health. This can be done through the simple process of a payroll deduction or by specifying CONFIO in your company’s Combined Federal Campaign and United Way.
If you have questions or would like a CONFIO Health representative to contact your human resources office to schedule a CONFIO Health informational session for you and your co-workers, please contact Emilio Vargas at
Planned Giving is an excellent way to establish a legacy, receive maximum tax benefits, and help thousands of individuals who need access to quality health care as well as those living with HIV/AIDS.
A tribute gift is an ideal way to honor friends on special occasions or to remember a loved one while supporting our services. You will know that your gift is a perfect fit every time. You can make an online tribute gift at any time by visiting confiohealth.org/getinvolved
If you would like to donate by check, please make your check payable to CONFIO Health and mail it to us at CONFIO Health. Please include the name of the person you are honoring in the memo field.
If you would like to include CONFIO Health as an “in lieu of” charity for your gathering, we would be happy to set up a custom tribute page. For more information, please contact Emilio Vargas at
To reduce the number of new cases of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections in Texas, through health services, social services, and educational services