PHCA Political Action Committee

PHCA PAC-02In a two-year legislative session, the state House of Representatives and Senate introduce bills and enact laws that can have a dramatic impact on skilled nursing facilities, assisted living facilities and personal care homes.

From legislation on lawsuit abuse reform, increased regulation and the minimum wage, to our annual fight for budget dollars, PHCA is involved in every major issue facing our sector in Pennsylvania.

That’s why it’s important for PHCA to have a strong political action committee (PAC).

PHCA contributes to pro-skilled nursing, AL/PC candidates who fight for the residents and staff of our more than 500 members.

Why You Should Contribute to the PHCA PAC

Because we need to stand up for those who stand up for us. Remember: in addition to contributing to the PHCA PAC, we need you to develop and maintain your relationships with the legislature. PAC contributions are important, but it’s the relationship with your legislator that really drives our message home.

  • Please fill out the form below to make a contribution to the PHCA PAC. Thank you for supporting the Pennsylvania Health Care Association's Political Action Committee.

    • Contributions are not tax deductible
    • Individual contributions only (corporate contributions are prohibited)
    • To meet federal antifraud laws, you must provide a street address and zip code that matches the billing statement on your credit card
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