THE HELP NOW! STORY

How Can I Support
Help Now! Advocacy Center?

We do not charge a fee for our services. We are a non-profit organization and do accept donations to help fund our work. A donation to us is tax deductible to the person giving it.

You may donate using any of the below methods.

By Credit Card

To make your donation, please use the PayPal Donate button on this page, fill in the amount you wish to donate and click the Donate button linking to PayPal, a national company (subsidiary of eBay) that does secure online credit card processing. PayPal charges Help Now! a 2.2% processing fee on your donation. We are including this information because some of our donors have wanted cover the processing fee by an add-on to their donation.

*Please note that you will be sent to PayPal's secure site to complete your donation.

By Check

Checks should be made payable to Help Now! Advocacy Center and should be mailed to

ATTN: Donations
Help Now! Advocacy Center
33 N. Central Avenue, Suite 211
Medford, OR 97501

By Transfer of Securities

We have a brokerage account established to accept transfer of securities. This type of donation can be particularly beneficial from a tax savings perspective if you have securities that have appreciated in value significantly. Please call us so that we can provide you the specific instructions needed in order to do such a transfer or if you would simply like to discuss this possibility as an option for giving.

As an Estate Planning Vehicle

We work with both financial services and legal consultants who can help you structure your estate in a manner that can result in significant tax savings to the estate while still benefiting our charitable organization. Depending on your specific circumstances, an estate structure can sometimes be created that does not diminish either the amount of money available to you during your lifetime or the amount subsequently available to your beneficiaries. In fact, again depending on circumstances, you may even be able to increase the income stream from your estate, diminish your taxes, and not adversely affect your beneficiaries in any way.