Offline Giving

 

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There are multiple ways you can support the causes you care about, and no additional costs are incurred for any of these giving options.  Please let us know if you have any questions or issues; call at 202-793-CAFA (2232) or email info@cafamerica.org.

All Gift Forms may be mailed to:
Charities Aid Foundation of America
225 Reinekers Lane, Suite 375
Alexandria, VA 22314

By Check

Please note that a completed gift form is REQUIRED for all check transactions.

» Step 1 Download and complete a CAF America Gift Form.
» Step 2 Attach the gift form with your check and mail to our office.

By Wire Transfer

There is no additional cost for this service.
Please note that a completed gift form is REQUIRED for all wire transactions.

Download and complete a CAF America Gift Form and mail to our office.

 

Give Stock

There is no additional cost for this service.
Please note that a completed gift form is REQUIRED for all stock transactions.

» Step 1 Download and complete a CAF America Gift Form and mail to our office.
» Step 2 Complete your stock donation using the following information:

Broker Details for Securities Donation Transfers
Charities Aid Foundation of America (CAF America)
Account #795-04165
Merrill Lynch DTC #8862


If you’d like to give another way, here are our online options:

» Option 1: Search and Give to Organizations in the CAF America Database
» Option 2: Contribute to an Established Fund
» Option 3: Give to an organization not listed in our database*

*Use this option ONLY if the organization you want to give to isn’t currently listed in our database OR to give to an organization listed in the UK or Australia databases.

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