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Many Ways To Show Your Support
 
When you make a gift to Whitman-Walker, you allow us to provide high-quality, compassionate care for all members of our community, regardless of their ability to pay. Your support helps ensure that we continue to be a place where the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and queer communities, as well to those living with or affected by HIV feel supported, welcomed and respected.
Donate Stock

Thanks for considering a gift of stock! The following instructions will help you to make your gift of appreciated stock to Whitman-Walker Health.
Notification of Donor Intent.

Regardless of the method chosen to deliver a gift of stock, the donor or the transferring broker must provide the following information, for audit and acknowledgment purposes:
  • Donor’s name and complete address
  • Name and number of securities transferred

Mail your unendorsed certificate(s) and stock power form, in separate envelopes, by registered mail, to:

Whitman-Walker Health
Attn: Development
1342 Florida Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20009

A stock gift transfer form is provided for your convenience.

For more information, please contact:
Lili Leonard
Director of Development & Major Gifts
lleonard@whitman-walker.org
202.797.4413

Workplace Giving

Workplace giving campaigns are a critical way that Whitman-Walker pays for some of our most impactful programs. There are three ways that you can give to Whitman-Walker Health through workplace giving:

Workplace Giving

CFC (Combined Federal Campaign): Our CFC number is 38871.

United Way:  Our United Way number is 8004.

Matching Gifts: If your workplace has a matching gift program, please reach out to your Human Resources department for further instructions.

Thousands of workers contribute generously each year. We hope you will join us!.

Your support allows Whitman-Walker Health to provide high quality health care; to fight stigma and to save lives.

For more information, please contact:
Lili Leonard
Director of Development & Major Gifts
lleonard@whitman-walker.org
202.797.4413

Monthly Giving (formerly Partners for Life)

Maybe you would like to support us on a monthly basis? Our Monthly Giving program (formerly known as Partners for Life) provides the opportunity to do just that. To join our monthly donor program, simply click the button below and on the form select “recurring gift”.

For more information, please contact:
Lacey Seitz                                     
Sponsorship & Events Manager                                     
lseitz@whitman-walker.org
202.797.3543

Whitman-Walker Society

Whitman-Walker Health could not further our mission without the generosity of donors like you! A yearly gift of $1,000 or more will list you as part of the Whitman-Walker Society. As a member of the Society, you will join a circle of close friends and be invited to special events and programs throughout the year.

You can also become a Society member by donating to us monthly via credit card. Society members receive:

  • Limited edition Whitman-Walker Health Society pin
  • Name listing in Whitman-Walker’s newsletter Pulse, as well as the Annual Report
  • Invitations to exclusive Society events throughout the year, including private parties, cultural events, and educational seminars

For more information, please contact:
Lili Leonard
Director of Development & Major Gifts
lleonard@whitman-walker.org
202.797.4413

Planned Giving

What will your legacy be?

Would you like to designate Whitman-Walker Health as a beneficiary in your estate plan? If you choose to do so, we will list you as a member of Whitman-Walker’s Legacy Circle. Legacy Circle members are also members of the Whitman-Walker Society.

Make a Bequest to Whitman-Walker Health

If you include Whitman-Walker Health in your estate plan, please consult with your attorney and/or use the following language:
“I give and bequeath ______ (dollar amount, percentage of residuary estate, etc.) to Whitman-Walker Clinic, Inc., doing business as Whitman-Walker Health, for its general purpose and use,” located at 1701 14th Street NW, Washington, DC 20009.”
Our Federal Tax ID# is 52-1122122.

If you have already named Whitman-Walker Health in your estate plans, we would be grateful if you would let us know. For more information on giving options, including designating Whitman-Walker Health as a life insurance beneficiary, recipient of real estate or other assets, please contact:

Lili Leonard
Director of Development & Major Gifts
lleonard@whitman-walker.org
202.797.4413

Other Ways to Give

AmazonSmile

Shopping on Amazon?  Use AmazonSmile and select Whitman-Walker to support our work just by shopping! Amazon donates 0.5% of the purchase price of qualified purchases back to us.Bookmark the link and support us every time you shop.

“In Honor Of” or Memorial Giving

Looking for a unique and meaningful way to honor or remember family, friends, colleagues or loved ones? Think about making a gift to Whitman-Walker “In Honor Of” that special someone. Upon receipt of your gift, an acknowledgement of your tribute is issued to the designated recipient. As with all gifts, we will acknowledge you with a letter containing the appropriate tax language.

To make a tribute gift, please click the button below and select "This gift is in honor, memory, or support of someone" on the form.

For more information, please contact:

Lacey Seitz
Sponsorship & Events Manager
lseitz@whitman-walker.org
202.797.3543

Our mailing address is:
Whitman-Walker Health
1342 Florida Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20009

Our Federal Tax ID# is: 52-1122122

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All our Services are available in multiple languages upon request.

Our bilingual staff and volunteers will help get the language services you need!

202.745.7000

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