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Ways to Donate
to PSR PA

PSR brings together physicians, health professionals and advocates to chart avenues for action on the most pertinent health threats our world faces today.

Support health voices for climate solutions and pathways toward a nuclear weapons-free world. You can make a profound impact for health with PSR.

For more than 40 years, PSR PA has adapted to the unique needs of our community; targeting environmental risks and violence, and we are stronger today because of our commitment to social justice and reducing these risks. We promote socially and environmentally responsible practices, policies and programs to safeguard and improve public health through education, training, direct service, and advocacy.

 

We depend on our donors to help fund the work that we do for the health of Pennsylvanians, and our environment. 

You can read about the many ways to give below, or visit our donation form to make a one-time or monthly contribution online.

Support Public Health Solutions Today

Looking for a meaningful way to honor a loved one’s memory or to commemorate a holiday, birthday, wedding, or other special occasion? Making a donation as a gift for someone is the perfect way to celebrate a loved one while supporting an organization you believe in.

Opting to make a monthly gift makes you a sustainer!

Giving monthly allows PSR PA to plan our programs for the long-term as we take on issues that represent the gravest threats to health.

A planned gift is a lasting investment in Physicians for Social Responsibility Pennsylvania (PSR PA), advancing our mission and ensuring our ability to provide medical aid to people caught in crisis, as we have done for more than 40 years.

A donor-advised fund (DAF) is a centralized charitable account. It allows charitably-inclined individual, families and businesses to make tax-deductible charitable donations of cash, publicly-traded stock and in some case, certain illiquid assets, to a public charity that sponsors a DAF program.

Questions or Concerns?

Please email our

Development and Communications Coordinator

 Emily@psrpa.org