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Planned Parenthood Northern California depends on donors like you to help us provide low- to no-cost reproductive health care, medically accurate, age-appropriate sexuality education, and advocacy to those in our communities who need it the very most.

Here are some examples of how your donation can help:

  • $25 provides a pregnancy test to two patients.
  • $50 helps us give out 75 condoms.
  • $100 tests one patient for HIV, Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, and Syphilis.
  • $250 funds a year's birth control pills for five patients.
  • $500 supports colposcopy for four patients-- further testing for abnormal pap results.
  • $750 offers one patient an IUD, extremely effective birth control that can last up to 12 years.
  • $1,000 provides six patients with well-person visits, including pap and breast exam.

Our annual report each year highlights health services, education programs, and advocacy activities. To request a print copy of the latest annual report, e-mail us at [email protected] or call 925.676.0505.

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