DONATE TO SUPPORT
THE BAZELON CENTER

When you donate to the Bazelon Center you bring closer the day when people with mental disabilities are no longer unnecessarily consigned to nursing homes and other institutions. You help us claim the housing, education, mental health care and other services that enable them to take their place as fully participating members of the community.

DONATE NOW ONLINE

OTHER WAYS TO GIVE

PLANNED GIVING

Including the Bazelon Center in your will or estate plan is a great way to support our future work. There are many different ways to leave a legacy through your estate plan.  Learn more here.  Have you already included the Center in your estate planning?  Let us know!

MONTHLY GIVING

Monthly gifts provide the resources to allow the Center to respond quickly to urgent legislative or legal threats that could negatively affect the rights of people with mental disabilities.  Sign up for monthly giving here.

Honor/Memorial Gifts

Making a donation in honor or memory of a friend, colleague or loved one is a great way to honor them while supporting the Bazelon Center.  Donate online here or print and mail this Donation Form.

OR SUPPORT THE BAZELON CENTER’S ADVOCACY IN ONE OF THESE UNIQUE WAYS:

  • Give stock, bonds, or other appreciated assets. Contact the Center via email or call 202-467-5730, ext 1302 to learn more.
  • The Center participates in the Combined Federal Campaign and the United Way.  Designate #11166 or add “Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law” to your pledge form.
  • Ask your Employer about Matching Gifts. Many companies match employee charitable gifts, thereby doubling or even tripling them.  Contact your personnel office to learn more.
  • Pledge to the Pursuit of Justice Endowment Fund: Contributions to the endowment ensure that the Bazelon Center can develop and implement long-term strategies for removing the barriers to independence and choice faced by adults and children with mental illnesses.
  • Sustain The David and Mickey Bazelon Fellowship in Mental Health Law.

If you prefer to donate by mail, you may print this form, fill it out, and return it to the address on the form.

THANK YOU!