Donate by Mail
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Donate by Phone
Share Your Financial Assets
"TechnoServe has consistently impressed me, both as a volunteer as well as a donor. The organization has a tremendous impact on people around the world, by providing individuals with the tools (rather than just a charitable payment) that they need to lift themselves out of poverty – and remain out of poverty for the long-term."
Make a Donor-Advised Fund Recommendation
You can recommend grants to TechnoServe directly from your donor-advised fund through DAF Direct. Check if your fund's sponsoring organization is participating here.
Make a Gift of Stock
Gifts to TechnoServe in the form of stocks and other appreciated assets may be an especially attractive way for you to make an impact. Why? Because you can avoid paying the capital gains tax by giving the stocks to TechnoServe as a gift.
Make an IRA Distribution
Starting at 70.5 years of age, your IRA’s required distribution can also be paid directly to TechnoServe, which can serve as a non-taxable withdrawal for you and a contribution to us.
Depository Transfer Check (DTC) is TechnoServe’s preferred transfer method. Stocks and IRA Distributions can be sent via DTC #8862. Both DTC and physical certificates should be registered in the name of TechnoServe, Inc. For more information on DTCs, feel free to contact TechnoServe’s Merrill Lynch financial advisor, Christopher Smiles at 203.356.8803.
Transfers typically will not include your name. If you are making a gift through TechnoServe’s DTC, please let us know by contacting Katie Seigle at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202-650-5717.
Make a Legacy Gift
"Giving to TechnoServe is a way to help resilient people whom we might never meet personally, and thereby contribute to some small degree in the ongoing effort to improve the family of humankind."
Join the Ed Bullard Legacy Society
Many people leave a gift to charity in their estate plans because they care about the causes that are important in their lives. Putting a legacy gift in place is easy, and it is an impactful way to continue to help enterprising women and men achieve sustained prosperity.
Individuals who make a legacy gift to TechnoServe are welcomed as members of the Ed Bullard Legacy Society, named in honor of our founder. Ed believed strongly in providing a sound financial future for the organization and for the people we serve.
We welcome the opportunity to discuss how a legacy gift will make a meaningful impact in the lives of millions and ensure we are able to strengthen and grow this remarkable organization well into the future.
Learn more about Ed Bullard Society planned giving options and contact Andrea Stepanski, Manager Major Gifts, at email@example.com or 202-719-1331 for more information.
Become a Partner in Prosperity
Your consistent, monthly support enables us to commit to delivering assistance where it will have the greatest impact. It's the easiest way to give and ensures that the hardworking men and women in developing countries that we work with receive your ongoing support. Become a Partner in Prosperity today.
Give from our Gift Catalog
Looking for an inspiring gift for your loved one? Honor your loved one with a meaningful gift that empowers hardworking men and women in developing countries to lift their families out of poverty with TechnoServe's Gift Guide.
Start a Facebook Fundraiser
Facebook users can create a fundraiser for TechnoServe on Facebook. Learn how to create a Facebook Fundraiser here.
Give through Amazon Smile
Support TechnoServe with purchases you make at Smile.Amazon.com by visiting technoserve.org/amazon.
Select TechnoServe as your charity and Amazon will donate 0.5% of all qualifying purchases towards our mission.
Participate in Workplace Giving
Many employers sponsor matching gift programs to match charitable contributions made by their employees. Gift from employee’s spouses and retirees may also qualify for a match.
Workplace giving programs provide an easy way for you to make an impact by making a tax-deductible payroll contribution to TechnoServe. Below are some of the most popular workplace giving programs TechnoServe is partnered with. Be sure to check with your HR department about workplace giving programs available to you.
The Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) gives federal employees the opportunity to support charitable organizations. Federal employees can contribute to TechnoServe through the CFC. Our number is #10728.
Benevity streamlines corporate donations to support our mission. Ask if your HR Department if your company is part of the Benevity Group. You may be eligible to enable automatic tax-deductible payroll deductions to TechnoServe, at no extra cost.
Network for Good makes donating easy, allowing donors to give to multiple charities in one transaction. Networks for Good's donor-advised fund securely and efficiently distributes donations to charities each year.
Global Impact enables employees to direct charitable gifts to TechnoServe through public and private sector workplace giving campaigns. Ask your HR Department if your company partners with Global Impact.
View our Financial Accountability
The generous support of our donors and stakeholders is efficiently used to maximize our impact in the development world, to help enterprising women and men create sustainable prosperity for themselves, their families, and their community. Just take a look at how we spend our dollars raised:
Transparent and accountable with the credentials to prove it – we have been awarded an “A” rating by Charity Watch and recognized by Guide Star’s highest level of recognition the Platinum Seal of Transparency.
In 2017, TechnoServe worked in 29 countries in five regions around the world. We deliver transformative impact in a cost-effective manner.
Contact Donor Support
Please contact Katie Seigle, Donor Services Coordinator, at 202.650.5717 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Empower Poor Communities
"Because of TechnoServe, I now cover the cost of medical insurance for my family, I can pay school fees for my children, I cover all that we need at home - and I even was able to buy us cows.” - Emmanuel Manirakiza