There are many ways that you can support our fight to end HIV and support individuals living with HIV. You can volunteer. You can give in-kind and monetary donations. And, you can keep the message about HIV alive in your community! If you would like to make a monetary or in-kind contribution to HIV Alliance, we have outlined below how this can be done. If you have any questions, please contact the Development Director at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
Making a Donation Through the Mail, by Phone, or In Person
By Mail: Mail your donation to:
HIV Alliance, 1195 City View Street, Eugene, OR 97402
All our finance staff are located in Eugene, so if you plan to mail a donation, please send it to the Eugene office.
By Phone: We can take credit and debit card payments over the phone just call 541-342-5088 and ask for the Finance Director or Staff Accountant.
ACH Transfer: Please contact our Finance Director, for more information at 541-342-5088, ext 127.
You can make a donation online at any time by clicking the “Click to Give” Donate Button on our website and it will take you to a secure donation page where you can make a donation through your Paypal account or as a guest.
Planned giving is a wonderful way to make a difference in our community for the long-term. Include HIV Alliance in your will and you will not only receive tax benefits for your estate, but will also leave a legacy for years to come.
If you want to become a long-term partner of HIV Alliance, the Ribbon of Endurance is for you. Members of the Ribbon of Endurance pledge to give a $1,000 annual gift for 5 years.
If you are a local business or a church, Corporate Sponsorship is for you. Join the dedicated group of businesses and religious organizations that care about our community’s health and want to be part of the solution to HIV/AIDS. With more partners who join our team, we can more powerfully protect future generations from this disease. Help us move to a future free of HIV/AIDS.
With a gift as little as $100, your business can support HIV Alliance while gaining more visibility and creating customer loyalty by associating itself with an important cause. Sponsorship packages are available at all levels.
Do you shop at Fred Meyer, Amazon.com, or Ebay? You can make a donation to HIV Alliance while you shop! Just register HIV Alliance as your charity of choice through the online registration program for each of these stores. Fred Meyer, Amazon and EBay then make a contribution to us based on the amount that you spent shopping. We’ll be adding more of these programs so be sure to keep checking.
Whenever you use your Rewards Card when shopping at Freddy’s, you will be helping HIV Alliance earn a donation from Fred Meyer. All you have to do is link your rewards card to HIV Alliance at www.fredmeyer.com/community rewards. If you do not have a Rewards Card, you can sign up for one at the Customer Service Desk of any Fred Meyer store.
AmazonSmile is the same Amazon you know! The AmazonSmile Foundation will donate .5% of the purchase price of eligible Amazon Smile items to HIV Alliance once you designate us as your charity of choice. Support HIV Alliance by starting your shopping at smile.amazon.com and choosing HIV Alliance as your favorite charity!
Choose HIV Alliance as your charity of choice when selling an item OR search Ebay for items that will benefit HIV Alliance and Ebay will donate to the organization! Learn more at givingworks.ebay.com.
In-kind donations make a difference. Every year we receive thousands of dollars in in-kind donations. From condoms to office supplies to items for a fundraising auction, your support makes a difference. Every dollar that we save through your in-kind donation can be spent on something a client needs!
If you are interested in getting more information about the many ways that you can make a donation to HIV Alliance please contact Karen Murphy, Development Director, at 541-342-5088, ext. 121.
All donations to HIV Alliance are tax-deductible. Our Federal Tax ID number is 93-0963546.
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