Ways to Give
Make a one-time gift or set up a monthly donation to fuel vital research. You could round up your change. Feeling creative? Launch a Facebook fundraiser or a personalized campaign—run, bike, or even binge-watch for a cause! Work matching gifts can double your impact, and stock or wire transfers offer tax perks. Plan a future gift through your will or trust. Plus, shop with GoodShop and they’ll donate in your honor. Every gesture brings us closer to achieving our mission!
Make a One-Time Gift
By making a donation today, you can help us do more with our research and reach further with our online resources.
Create a Recurring Donation
For as little as $10 per month, you can support research and fund the future of medicine.
Give Your Change
Connect a card to round-up your purchases to the next dollar and donate your change.
The THANC Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization (Federal Tax ID 80-0062118).
Your contribution will be tax-deductible under the fullest extent of the law.
Start a Fundraiser
Creating a fundraiser is easy.
- Facebook makes it simple to start a Facebook Fundraiser.
- You can also use our platform to create a donation campaign. The key to effective fundraising is matching your interests to a campaign. Have your supporters give in your honor while you train for a marathon, bike across country or promise to binge watch a TV series. It only takes a couple minutes to set up. Learn the ins and outs to creating a campaign here.
Other Ways to Support THANC
Matching Gifts are grants an employer makes to match its employees’ charitable contribution. They are often dollar for dollar—effectively doubling your charitable giving!
- First, find out for certain that your employer has a Matching Gift Program.
- Next, fill out the corresponding paperwork and submit it to your human resources department.
Stock or Wire Transfers
Gifts of stock and wire transfers are gratefully accepted and can benefit the donor by providing tax benefits.
A common way to benefit a charity is with a simple bequest in your will or revocable trust. You can make a cash bequest, or allow the charity to share in a fixed percentage of your estate. Learn more about estate planning.