By making a donation today you are supporting a grassroots network of architects, designers and building professionals to lend their talents and expertise in communities where their services are most needed and can least be afforded. You know design matters. Help us use the power of design to build a more sustainable future in communities around the world.
Design is the ultimate renewable resource.
Thank you for your support in building a sustainable future.
There are several ways you can contribute to Architecture for Humanity this giving season:
Make A Donation Online
Donating online is fast and easy. To donate online, simply click on the links above. We are registered with both Network for Good and Paypal which enables us to receive donations with minimal (3%) third-party charges.
Make Monthly Contributions
PayPal and Network for Good now allow you to pledge a set amount each month with your subscription. Your credit card will be automatically charged, and your continued support will help us meet our on-going goals.
Some companies will match employees’ charitable contributions, doubling, even tripling your donation. Check with your company’s personnel office to determine if your employer has a matching gift program and obtain a matching gift form to include with your gift to Architecture for Humanity.
Gifts of Appreciated Assets
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Donations from outside of the United States.
We welcome donations from anywhere in the world. Paypal accepts a number of international currencies. You can also contact us about making wire transfers.
Tax Exempt Status
Architecture for Humanity is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization that seeks architectural solutions to humanitarian crisis and brings design services to communities in need. All contributions are tax-deductible in accordance with IRS regulations.
More information about Architecture for Humanity can be found at GuideStar, including an organization summary.