Community Rebuild Fund
​Developed to Rebuild a Healthier Future
for the Greater Good

Join Wellness Wishes as we invest in our communities during a time
when they need us the most

To address the crisis sweeping the nation earlier this year, Wellness Wishes created a new fund to its portfolio of offerings, assisting communities across the United States of America in standing strong when facing challenges and obstacles. We ran the initiative through quarter two, with great success.  In keeping with our mission to assist communities during this time, we’ve transitioned the “response fund” to “rebuild fund”.   Our process of divergent thinking holds the belief that the key to problem-solving is creativity…understanding what is and imagining what could be.

We imagine a healthier, stronger America emerging from the crises.


During this time of uncertainty, we welcome communities to lean on us for support as we use our imaginations to turn what ‘could be’ into realities. 


Which is why we’ve developed a special "Community Rebuild Fund" to help our fellow Americans create and control their own reality while thriving in the current environment.

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Our unique ‘Funding Advisors Claims Recovery’ program already invests in non-profits, organizations and individuals through our recovery efforts, traditionally infusing 20% of our fees back into the communities in which we serve.  Now, through September 2020, we’ll be carving out an additional percentage of fees to go into community-specific rebuilding funds, to be allocated at the discretion of our funding advisors and community partners.

Over $125 BILLION is lost each year by the healthcare industry, and in light of recent events, that number is expected to skyrocket in 2020.  We turn these industry challenges into real-life opportunities for organizations to recover lost revenue and give back to communities as the truly selfless servant leaders that they are. 

Through FACR, Wellness Wishes is able to generate much-needed funds for healthcare organizations, while funding our programs, as well as those of our partners and the communities in which together we serve.  While we’ve contributed 20% of our fees to these efforts, the "Community Rebuild Fund" will be a separate entity that will hold an additional percentage of our fees to be disbursed throughout the communities as needed. 

We’re building this fund through Quarter 3 2020 and managing the fund in collaboration with our newly formed partners during this time.


For More Information on the "Community Rebuild Fund" or how to receive support from these efforts. 


For helping us support programs and services under our four areas of impact, the health of our communities is of the utmost importance – we couldn't do all we do without YOU!

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