Make a Donation And Help Us Make A Difference

Faces & Voices of Recovery was founded by a group of recovery advocacy pioneers who believed in a world where the shame and stigma of addiction no longer exists. They believed in a world where a lifetime of recovery was within everyone’s reach. This vision is the cornerstone of the work we do everyday.

Join your friends, neighbors, and business associates in supporting our mission to make long-term recovery possible for millions of Americans. Please consider a generous gift to help sustain our work in the coming years. Donations made to Faces & Voices of Recovery are fully tax deductible and can be made in a variety of ways.

Ways to Give

Federal Tax ID

Faces & Voices of Recovery is registered as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Contributions to Faces & Voices of Recovery are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law. The tax identification number is 51-0516206.

Giving Options

GIVING ONLINE

Online donations are simple and convenient, providing an immediate tax deduction. Gifts are tax-deductible and can be made securely on your credit card.

You can even sign up to make recurring monthly payments with a click of the button. $25 a month adds up to $300 a year.  $50 a month adds up to $600 a year. Give to a good cause and then deduct it from your taxes at year end.

GIVING BY CHECK

If you prefer to make a gift by check, please make your check payable to Faces & Voices of Recovery and mail to:

Faces & Voices of Recovery
10 G Street NE, Suite 600
Washington, DC 20002

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Why I Donate & Volunteer

"I donate to, and volunteer for, Faces & Voices of Recovery because it reboots recovery for many who would completely fail otherwise. Had we not formed, joined and assisted the recovery movement in the US, hundreds of thousands would have died by the wayside anonymous, alone and unaided.

I count family and friends among the living because Faces & Voices did for us what no other movement did and does consistently.  Recovery sustainability and relapse mitigation are more common today than ever. Recovery Support Services before, during and especially after treatment exists not out of generous compassion; but, because grassroots organizations following Faces & Voices' example created opportunities where few to none existed beforehand."

Allen McQuarrie Retired Activist & Recovery Volunteer Advocate