Now, more than ever, the Public Health Institute needs your support. Growing inequities in our communities require urgent action. Together, we can accelerate our response to public health’s most critical issues. Public health doesn’t just happen; people make it happen. You make it happen. Join us.
Donate Now for a Healthier World
Your support helps us build community power, advocate for change, train tomorrow’s leaders, and share our expertise with the world.
Make your donation today and join us in making the world a healthier, better place. For everyone.
Other Ways to Give
Donate Stock or Mutual Funds
Donating appreciated securities—such as stock or mutual funds—to the Public Health Institute is a tax-wise approach building healthier, more equitable communities. Many donors choose to give gifts using long-term appreciated stocks and mutual funds due to the attractive opportunities for tax advantages with such gifts.
The benefits available to you when making a charitable contribution of stock or mutual funds may include:
- Lowering or eliminating federal and state tax on the capital gain;
- Potential for income tax deduction (federal and most states) for some portion of the entire value of the gift depending on tax rules;
- Creating a legacy of supporting healthier and more equitable communities today with financial benefits that go into the future.
For more information email us.
Donate by Mail
Please print and complete our mail-in donation form and make your check or money order payable to Public Health Institute, then send both items to:Public Health Institute
555 12th Street, Suite 600
Oakland, CA 94607
Donate by Shopping
iGive: Donate up to 25% of each purchase you make at over 240 name-brand stores, at no additional cost to you, through iGive.com.
AmazonSmile: Shop using AmazonSmile and set PHI as your designated nonprofit. PHI will receive 0.5% of the price of your eligible purchases.
You can leave a financial legacy for Public Health Institute through a variety of planned gifts. For more information email us.