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The NCIHC is a 501(c)(3) organization. Your donation is tax-deductible. 

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Do you use Amazon?  You can help make a difference while you shop in the Amazon app, at no extra cost to you? Simply follow the instructions below to select "National Council On Interpreting in Health Care" as your charity and activate AmazonSmile in the app. They'll donate a portion of your eligible mobile app purchases to us.

How it works:
1. Open the Amazon app on your phone
2. Select the main menu (=) & tap on "AmazonSmile" within Programs & Features
3. Select "National Council On Interpreting in Health Care" as your charity
4. Follow the on-screen instructions to activate AmazonSmile in the mobile app

Click on the button below to set up NCIHC as your AmazonSmile favorite charity.

AMAZONSMILE

The following organizations and individuals have provided significant support to the NCIHC over the past years. We are grateful for their help, both financial and in kind.

  • The Cross Cultural Health Care Program particular thanks to Robert W. Putsch, MD
  • The W.K. Kellogg Foundation particular thanks to Thomas Bruce
  • The DHHS Office of Minority Health particular thanks to Guadalupe Pacheco
  • The Texas State Department of Health particular thanks to Sam Householder
  • The Illinois State Department of Public Aid particular thanks to Ed Silverman
  • Language Line Services particular thanks to Danyune Geertsen
  • Pillsbury Winthrop, LLP
  • Stanford University Medical Center particular thanks to Jeanne Kennedy

Grants and Contracts 2003- 2004

The Commonwealth Fund, $62,058 for the development of National Standards of Practice for Interpreters in Health Care, January 2003 – June 2005

The California Endowment, $62,058 for the development of National Standards of Practice for Interpreters in Health Care, January 2003 – June 2005

Grants and Contracts 2007- 2009

The California Endowment, $196,000 to build organizational capacity to more effectively carry out a new strategic plan to improve the health care interpreting field in California and nationally; to identify the process needed to create the national certification process; to develop national standards for training of interpreters in health care.