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PPHP’s mission is to empower individuals to determine their own sexual health and reproductive futures.  We invite you to join us in this mission and stand up for women’s health.  Help people get the reproductive health care services and information they need to stay healthy.

Here are some of the ways you can get involved:

Volunteer
Volunteers play a vital role in advancing our mission. We need volunteers to assist in health centers, public affairs, fundraising, education and training, community outreach, and administration. Whether you have a couple hours each week, or a couple hours once in a while, we'll work together to find the right fit and schedule for you!

If you are looking to volunteer on a regular, scheduled basis in one of our health centers or administrative offices, please complete the Volunteer Application and our Human Resources Department will contact you to discuss your interests and our orientation program.

If you are looking to volunteer less frequently but still want to make an impact, please review the activities available this month and sign up for what interests you. This calendar is updated each month with new opportunities.

Academic Internship
If you are a student seeking an academic internship, we would love to speak with you. Complete the Internship Application and a member of our Human Resources Department will contact you.  

Online Advocacy
Join our online campaigns and make sure that local and statewide elected officials are made aware of constituent support of Planned Parenthood, sexuality education, keeping abortion safe and legal, and increasing access to health services through targeted emails and petitions. Sign up for Planned Parenthood newsletters to learn about online activities you can be a part of.

Donate
Your financial support means so much to those we provide services to. Our health centers are open to everyone, regardless of their ability pay, and that is because of our generous supporters. Help ensure that our doors stay open by making a donation today.

Make an appointment
Everyone is welcome to get their health care at Planned Parenthood, no matter what. Need birth control? A well-woman exam? STI tests? Prenatal care? Planned Parenthood can provide these for you and much more.

Make your appointment today.

Follow us
We’re on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram—pick your favorite! After you follow us, be sure to share our posts to expand our reach in the community.

Shop with us
Show your support of Planned Parenthood everywhere you go. Get the latest Planned Parenthood items in our Marketplace to let everyone know you stand with us.

Share your story
We greatly appreciate hearing personal stories of Planned Parenthood experiences. It makes our work personal and immediate, and underscores what we do. We all have so much in common — and there is strength in our open, honest stories.

You can share your story today.

Write a Letter
Write a letter to the editor of your local newspaper. The letters sections are widely read and are a great place to discuss the issues you care about. Want some help getting started? Email [email protected].

Emerging Leaders Council
The Emerging Leaders Council (ELC) is PPHP's youth advisory council. We are looking for motivated individuals aged roughly 20-35 who care about Planned Parenthood and want to be more involved with our youth work. This is a great leadership opportunity for our young supporters. Click here for an application and to learn more. If you have any general questions please contact [email protected].

Campus Involvement
Are you a student? Vox: Voices for Planned Parenthood and PP Generation are nationwide programs that aim to educate and inspire a new generation of young adults to advocate reproductive freedom. Students organize events on campus to raise public awareness, educate their peers, work with local Planned Parenthood health centers, and assist in making sexual health a public health and cultural imperative. PPHP’s local student groups are at Stony Brook University, Sarah Lawrence College, Pace University, Farmingdale State College, and Purchase College. Email [email protected] for more information.

Donate to Our Thrift Shop
Your used but usable items can help support sexual and reproductive health programs and services. Donations of fine and costume jewelry, seasonal clothing, bric-a-brac, housewares, art, and decorative home accessories are always needed. Items can be dropped off at the thrift shop at 274 New York Avenue in Huntington, or at any PPHP health center. The shop accepts donations Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. For information or to make alternate drop-off arrangements, please contact us at (914) 467-7342 in Westchester or (631) 240-1128 in Suffolk.

The thrift shop is run by volunteers and we could always use a hand there too!