Jesus sent them, saying, “Go to the lost people right here in the neighborhood.
Tell them the kingdom is here. Bring health to the sick.
You have been treated generously, so live generously.”
Matthew 10: 5-8 (abbreviated)

Support Faith Community Pharmacy

Matthew’s message is one we live by every day at Faith Community Pharmacy: to bring health to the sick in our own community by enabling access to lifesaving medications. Your contributions ensure that no one in Northern Kentucky has to make the choice between housing and food versus lifesaving medications because they can’t afford them.

There are a number of ways you can help the sick in Northern Kentucky including monetary donations, using Amazon Smile while you make online purchases, or volunteering your time to deliver medications to those who are not able to pick them up.

In advance, thank you for your support!

Our 2021 Sponsorship Opportunities are now available!  

Secure your sponsorship today as a year-round title sponsor, golf outing or annual gala sponsor.

Monetary Support:

At Faith Community Pharmacy, we are able to transform every $1 donated to more than $7 in value for our clients.

Your gift changes lives. It enables those who can’t afford their prescriptions to get the medications they need, and helps to improve the health of neighbors in our community overall.

Make a donation today. Please consider establishing a monthly gift to help us better plan and build for the future.

Give to Faith Community Pharmacy

Gifts can be mailed to:
7033 Burlington Pike, Ste. 4
Florence, KY 41042.

Please contact Aaron Broomall at 859-426-7837 for legacy gifts.

In-Kind Donations :

  • We are always in need of supplies that help us fill and deliver prescriptions to our clients.  Helpful items include: Ziploc bags, garbage bags, paper grocery bags, boxes, staplers and staples, tape, sharpie markers and pens.
  • Additional donations to ensure the safety of our staff, volunteers and clients include clorox wipes, hand sanitizer, disposable surgical-grade masks, medium and large latex and non-latex gloves, etc.

Unfortunately, we cannot accept donated medications from the public due to Kentucky State Law.  We recommend those with excess medications reach out to Matthew 25 Ministries or The Rose Garden Clinic.

Volunteer Opportunities:

Volunteers allow us to keep our overhead low, allowing contributions to stretch as far as possible. Volunteers help in all aspects of our mission from filling prescriptions to answering phones to delivering prescriptions. Pharmacist Volunteers and drivers are especially needed at this time. Please email Aaron Broomall at aaron@faithcommunitypharmacy.org for more details.