How You Can Help
Product Donation Guidelines
- Product must be new and K-12 appropriate. Scratch and dent items must be otherwise fully functional. Gently used items are accepted on a case by case basis, and must be delivered at donor's cost.
- Products intended for use in the classroom must meet the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA) guidelines.
- Kids In Need Affiliates are not in a position to transport industrial products, chemicals, cleaning products larger than consumer size, or any items that require hazmat level shipping.
Other Ways to Help
Charity Gift Cards from CharityChoice - give just like a commercial gift card.
Turn your gift-giving into philanthropy. 100% tax deductible, plastic and ecards.
CharityChoice Gift Cards will benefit Kids In Need Foundation (75% - pre-designated) and the charities your gift-recipient designate (25% - selected at redemption). Your gift-recipient is presented with a list of over 100 charities to choose from, including a banner with Kids In Need Foundation as the 'Featured Charity'. Perfect for birthday, business, holiday, sympathy, wedding - a unique gift idea!
In-Kind Services Donation
If you have a service, such as marketing, printing, or shipping, that you can contribute, please take the opportunity to benefit the children and teachers served by Kids In Need. Contact Jen Lehman to discuss any services you may be able to provide.
16 million children in the U.S. live in poverty.
Your contribution helps us reach as many kids as possible.
- Click here for accelerated tax benefit information.
You can make a donation to the Kids In Need Foundation through FirstGiving, or better yet, help our fundraising efforts by creating your own, personal fundraising page supporting our cause!
Visit http://www.firstgiving.com/kidsinneedfoundation today.
Every time you search the Internet, you can contribute to the Kids In Need Foundation. And every time you make a purchase online, you can support our cause.
GoodSearch.com is a new Yahoo-powered search engine that donates half its advertising revenue, about a penny per search, to the charities its users designate.