Your tax deductible donation supports our organization’s work serving our nation’s most vulnerable, and helps change lives. Every dollar counts.
***Options for dedicating your donation to a friend, family member or colleague, appear after you click the DONATE NOW button.
For one-time donations larger than $500.00 or to make a donation by check, please send to:
P.O. Box 255
Hastings on Hudson, NY 10706
Give a gift that gives back and honor someone special.
Looking for a creative, socially conscious birthday, holiday or anniversary gift alternative? Give “the gift of giving.” Please consider one of Family-to-Family’s gift alternatives…. compassionate and meaningful gifts “in the name of” to give to your loved ones, colleagues and friends!
After you choose your gift, please fill out the corresponding form and click the DONATE NOW button to complete your donation. Your chosen recipient(s) will receive a gift announcement note letting them know that a gift has been made in their name.
Choose your gift from the list below.
Wherever the Need is Greatest
Give a gift in the name of your chosen recipient(s) that provides an un-designated donation to Family-to-Family. Your gift will be used for everything from providing emergency food relief for families waiting for a sponsor to building our infrastructure so we can extend our reach into all 50 states! Gifts can be any amount.
Give a gift of a one-year family sponsorship in the name of your chosen recipient. Your gift of $36.50 per month will purchase groceries providing 7-10 meals a month for 12 months for a family of 4-6 living in poverty in one of F-to-F’s U.S. sponsored communities. A gift announcement will be sent to the recipient of your gift. $36.50 monthly for 12 months.
The Marvin Koner Archive
Looking for another way to give?
Support Family-to-Family through the purchase of a fine-art print of a mid-century photograph taken by F-to-F founder Pam Koner’s father, photojournalist Marvin Koner. Double giving! An elegant gift for a friend or loved one that also helps us grow. To see the Marvin Koner Archive gallery of available photos click here.