We believe that advancing health equity starts with doing right by our workforce and frontline volunteers. That's why we are committed to taking measurable steps towards eliminating student loan debt and improving the financial and mental wellbeing of the Heroes in our network. Join the movement today!
Our mission is to spread compassion through wellness, service and relief.
invested back into the community through Volunteer Human Capital
Sponsored COVID-19 Pop-Up Clinic Events
Lives touched across services
Vaccinated in high-risk communities
Towards Student Loan Debt Relief
Volunteer Community Health Partners in the Network
Collective safety net tethering residents to equitable resources in real-time by real people
SHF | myCovidMD™ is the only organization of its kind to offer a student loan debt relief incentive program during the pandemic. The diverse volunteer network affords the ability to reach high-risk residents in an authentic, compassionate, and culturally sensitive way and rewards deserving SHF volunteers who outreach in hard to reach neighborhoods and BIPOC communities, support local residents and host community based pop-up clinic block-parties.
Community Health Partners (CHPs) have successfully helped to provide free testing, telehealth services, health education, contact tethering, and vaccination administration to nearly 13,000 residents while eliminating over $120,000 of burdensome debt through the Student Loan Debt Relief (SLDR) Program.
Shared Harvest is creating more equitable opportunities to access higher education by leveraging empathy-driven technology to connect borrowers with opportunities to be servant leaders right in their neighborhoods while reducing their student loan burden. We offer other opportunities to improve the mental health of borrowers and promote loan forgiveness in a unique way that doesn't displace resources from communities in need, but rather enhances human resource capital and professional development.
Shared Harvest is a leader in advocacy around broadband initiatives and the campaign to make connectivity more accessible to all. In collaboration with community-based organizations and civic leaders, we have designed a new wave of Empatech™ (empathy-driven technology) that is low tech and highly human centered in order to make telehealth more accessible in neighborhoods impacted by the digital divide.
Trusted by the Most Reputable
Hear It from Our Debtfreelancers
"I started volunteering with SHF in my fourth year of medical school. Volunteer hours that went towards paying my student loan debt frees up mental and emotional space for bigger and better use."
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