Thank you so much for considering a donation to
Health Alliance International
You are a critical part of our alliance. Your support makes it possible for us to pursue a more equitable model of global health in collaboration with our Ministry of Health partners.
** Did you know that the 2020 CARES Act may impact your charitable giving? Scroll to the bottom of the page for more detail**
Ways to Donate:
Online credit card giving is a fast and easy way to contribute to Health Alliance International. Using our easy to navigate, web-based donation system you can elect to give a one-time donation, or set up a recurring donation that meets your giving preferences.
Send a check to HAI’s US-based headquarters office
You can donate directly to HAI or via a donor-advised fund by sending a check made out to “Health Alliance International” to the following address:
Health Alliance International
1107 NE 45th St., Ste #350
Seattle, WA, 98105
Many employers offer donation matching schemes that help multiply your gift. Guidelines and amounts vary with each company, so check with your human resources department to learn more about your workplace giving benefits.
Does your company offer Learning Lunches, Nonprofit Expos, or other ways for employees to learn about ways they can engage in workplace giving? Let us know!
Washington State Combined Fund Drive
Health Alliance International is an eligible participant in the Washington State Combined Fund Drive, which offers Washington State employees (including State University employees) to give via payroll deduction.
Click the image above to give now via WA CFD!
HAI’s WA CFD Code is: 0315957
King County Employee Giving Program
Health Alliance International is also an eligible participant in the King County Employee Giving Program (KCEGP), which offers King County employees to give via payroll deduction.
Click the image above to give now via KCEGP!
The 2019 KCEGP annual giving drive runs from October 7 thru November 22.
HAI’s KCEGP Code is: 0974
How does the CARES Act impact my 2020 giving?
The save-the-economy CARES Act passed by Congress and signed into law on March 27, 2020 incentivizes making cash and certain food inventory charitable contributions during 2020.
Two major highlights that may affect your donation to HAI:
- Up to $300 Cash Contributions Treated as Above-the-Line Deduction – Individuals who do not itemize their deductions will be able to take a direct deduction up to $300 ($600 for Married Filing Jointly) for qualified contributions as an offset to taxable income.
- Adjusted Limitations on Charitable Contributions – Individuals who itemize their deductions will not have an adjusted gross income (AGI) limitation for qualified contributions during 2020. The deduction is capped at the individual’s charitable base, and the excess contributions may be carried forward to up to five years.
**Please note that cash contributions made to donor-advised funds will not be eligible for the above provisions.