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Rocking Horse Community Health Center is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization serving Clark County since 1999. Individuals, corporations, foundations, and special events support our programs and services that we provide to the community. These contributions help to support our current operating needs and the endowment fund.

We accept gifts of cash, appreciated securities and in-kind goods which are tax deductible to the full extent provided by the United States Tax Code.

To donate please mail your check to:

Rocking Horse Center
Attn: Kim Bishop Gnau
651 S. Limestone St.
Springfield, OH 45505

For more information regarding donor opportunities, please call (937) 324-1111 x110 or email at kbgnau@rockinghorsecenter.org

In-kind Donations

Rocking Horse Community Health Center gladly receives in-kind donations. Some of the most needed in-kind donations are new and used books. New books are given to patients between the ages of 6 months and 5 years at each well child visit. Our federally funded early literacy program called “Reach Out & Read” encourages parents to read at home with their children. Gently used books are made available to patients of all ages in the waiting room and in all exam rooms. Patients are encouraged to take books home with them.

New and gently used clothes are also accepted and available at the Center. New and gently used coats, hats, gloves, and other winter accessories are also collected and distributed during the winter months.

At the end of summer, Rocking Horse holds a “Back to School Drive” to distribute school supplies to patients in need. Last year, over 220 book bags filled with supplies were handed out. Rocking Horse accepts donations of any new schools supplies throughout the year. 

Unfortunately we are unable to accept used toys, used stuffed animals, or baby equipment such as car seats, high chairs, cribs, etc. If you have any questions about whether we accept certain donations please call 324-1111 ext. 110.

All acceptable donations can be dropped off to the South Limestone campus at the front check-in desk.


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News & happenings

$175K grant will increase addiction care at Springfield health center

Date: October 02, 2017

A $175,000 federal grant will allow a local clinic to integrate mental health and substance abuse treatment services into its patients' care to help battle the opioid crisis in Springfield, leaders said.

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Rocking Horse to fill gap, serve Clark County kids with no dental care

Date: July 19, 2017

Rocking Horse Community Health Center intends to open a wing at its South Limestone Street center in September to offer dental care predominately to local children.

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