Charitable Donations and Community Involvement

TAUC Charitable Donations and Community Involvement

In early 2008, Dr. Matt Bruckel founded Total Access Urgent Care (TAUC®) with the goal of fundamentally improving the broken emergency medicine system. Dr. Bruckel rejected the status quo of the ER—long wait times, needlessly expensive bills and impersonal care—by creating a 365-day-per-year practice that fills the service gap between a typical urgent care and the ER while providing fast, compassionate, and affordable care.

The people of St. Louis are increasingly turning to TAUC for the excellent, affordable, and immediately available health care they have historically lacked and rightfully deserve. As we grow TAUC’s ability to serve our communities increases through TAUC’s Charitable Donations and Community Involvement (CDCI) programs.

Apply for Charitable Donations or Community Involvement Programs

Do your mission and good deeds align with TAUC’s goal to serve others? Central to our commitment to serve the community, TAUC engages with organizations that align with our Values: Impact, Passion, Integrity, Judgement, Efficiency, Teamwork, and Communication. If your organization is interested in receiving a Charitable Donation, please follow the instructions below.

How to Apply:

  • 1. Email

  • 2. Explain how the great work your organization is doing aligns with TAUC’s Values

    a.TAUC’s Values:
    Impact, Passion, Integrity, Judgement, Efficiency, Teamwork, and Communication
    b.Select at Least Three Values:
    Tell us about your unique mission and great work your organization is doing and how it exemplifies TAUC’s Values.
    c.How will your organization use TAUC’s contribution?
    Tell us how your organization will be a steward of the allocated resources.
    d.What outcomes has your organization seen through its work?
    Provide specific results and accomplishments of your organization.
    e. What specific donation are you requesting?
    For example, dollar amount, band aids, volunteers, etc.
    f. The community benefits enormously by knowing about Total Access Urgent Care, where do you list your sponsors?
    For example, will we be listed on your website, signage, bulletin, booklet, booth, billboard, etc?

Powerful Impact on the Community

TAUC’s Charitable Donations and Community Programs Committee meets quarterly to select organizations that align with our values and goals to serve. As partner and benefactor, we will proudly place your logo on our website and ask that you reciprocate this patronage. We will continue to champion your organization and simultaneously deliver our message to the community.

TAUC’s Partners

  1. Adopt 100 Families for the Holidays
  2. Alliance for Mental Health
  3. American Cancer Society
  4. American Diabetes Association
  5. American Red Cross
  6. Assured Partners of Missouri
  7. Athlete of the Week
  8. Autism Speaks
  9. Baby Kid Expo
  10. Backstoppers
  11. Boy Scouts of America
  12. Brentwood’s 50+ Health Fair
  13. City of Town and Country
  14. City of Wentzville
  15. Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce
  16. Chesterfield Summer Concert Series
  17. Clayton Chamber of Commerce
  18. Clayton Parties in the Park
  19. COCA
  20. Congregation Shaare Emeth
  21. Creve Coeur Chamber of Commerce
  22. Down Syndrome Association of Greater St. Louis
  23. Faith That Works
  24. Fathers’ Support Center
  25. Ferguson 1000
  26. Fisher House Foundation
  27. Food Outreach, Inc.
  28. Francis Park Art in the Park
  29. Friends of Francis Park
  30. Gateway to Hope
  1. Girl Scouts of America
  2. Greater North County Chamber of Commerce
  3. Guns 'N Hoses
  4. Hike*Bike for Military Veterans
  5. Holiday Meals Delivered to 180 Families
  6. Holt High School
  7. Holy Infant School
  8. Home to Home Canine Orphanage
  9. Immigrant and Refugee Woman's Program
  10. Jewish Federation
  11. KidSmart
  12. Landon's League
  13. Liberty High School
  14. Marquette High School
  15. Manasseh Ministry Ferguson 1000
  16. Matthews-Dickey Boys and Girls Club
  17. Missouri Daughters of the American Revolution
  18. Monarch Fire Department
  19. Mother's Against Drunk Drivers
  20. Muscular Dystrophy Association
  21. National Marrow Donor Program (NMDP)
  22. Nishmah Sharsharet
  23. Norwood Hills Country Club
  24. Notre Dame High School
  25. Oasis Institute
  26. O’Fallon Chamber of Commerce
  27. Over the Top for Tots
  28. Parents as Teachers
  29. Pedal the Cause
  30. Pleasant Grove Church
  31. Portage Baseball
  1. Pride STL
  2. Room at the Inn Homeless Shelter
  3. Sacred Heart Home and School
  4. Shenandoah Valley Elementary
  5. Signal Hill School
  6. Sorrento Springs Elementary
  7. South County Chamber of Commerce
  8. South Grand Cultural Alliance
  9. St. John Lutheran School
  10. St. Louis Crisis Nursery
  11. St. Louis Dining in the Dark Honorary Chair, Dr. Matt Bruckel
  12. St. Louis Learning Disability Association
  13. St. Louis Symphony
  14. Strong Tower Ranch
  15. Toast to Fathers
  16. Town and Country Chamber of Commerce
  17. Toys for Tots
  18. United 4 Children
  19. Washington Middle School
  20. Washington University Crew
  21. Webster Groves Heart of the Community
  22. Webster Groves High School Parents Club
  23. Wentzville Chamber of Commerce
  24. Wentzville Days
  25. Wentzville High School
  26. West St. Louis County Chamber
  27. Western St. Charles County Chamber
  28. WRHM Adopt a Family Program
  29. Women in Science and Entrepreneurship
  30. World's Fair Park St. Louis

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