America’s Charities inspires employees and organizations to support causes they care about. We help nonprofits fundraise unrestricted, sustainable dollars through the workplace and we help employers achieve their giving, engagement, and social impact goals. We do this to bring more resources to the nonprofits that are changing our world.

Our 40 years of experience, combined with an accountable and transparent process, has helped raise more than $700 million for more than 20,000 nonprofits addressing a range of causes including education, human rights, hunger, poverty, research, animals, veterans, disaster relief, and health services.

Read about our results and view our impact infographics here.

Which of the following best describes you?

Nonprofit

I'm interested in fundraising through the workplace and strategy development support.

Company

I am interested in engaging our employees and maximizing our company's social impact through workplace giving, volunteerism, matching gifts, and other programs.

Want to Donate Items (e.g. furniture, clothes, etc)?

America's Charities DOES NOT collect goods such as furniture, clothes, or cars, so please do not contact us about donating items. We appreciate your understanding and supporting our efforts to use our staff time and resources for workplace giving and serving our nonprofit members. Thank you!
Some of our nonprofit members may collect items, so we encourage you to reach out to them directly. Click here for some nonprofits to consider and more information about donating items.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Check out the questions and answers below that we most often receive.   

    • FAQs for Nonprofits
    • FAQs for Employers
    • FAQs for Donors

Still can't find the answer you need? Call our Donor Services Team at (800) 458-9505.

Media Inquiries:

Please direct all media inquiries to the attention of America’s Charities VP Marketing and Communications, Lindsay Nichols at lnichols@charities.org or 703-674-5359.

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