Ways to Pledge
"We make a living by what we get,
but we make a life by what we give"
The Kennedy's Disease Association is recognized under United States of America Internal Revenue Code 501(c)3 as a publicly supported tax exempt organization as described in sections 509(a)1 and 170(b)1(A)(vi).
Here are ways that you can help
Credit Card Donations
Click on the image to the left to make a secure Credit Card doantion to the KDA using your Visa, Mastercard, American Express or Discover Card.
Make a 'secure' credit card donation using PayPal Giving Fund by clicking the PayPal logo on the left. No processing fees are charged and the KDA will receive 100% of the money you donate.
When you shop using Amazonsmile, the Amazonsmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase price to the KDA. To start shopping, click the Amazonsmile logo.
Use the Good Search Toolbar
Each time you search the Internet or shop online at one of our participating stores, a donation will be made to Kennedys Disease Association at no cost to you!
Send a check or money order tax-deductible donation to the KDA:
Kennedy's Disease Association
P.O. Box 1105
Coarsegold, CA 93614-1105
We need your help! Get involved with the Kennedy's Disease Association by volunteering your time or services. For information click here
Remember the KDA in your will, living trust or memorial request. For information click here.
The KDA is pleased to announce that our Canadian friends can now make donations directly to a Canadian laboratory that is conducting Kennedy's Disease research. These donations are considered tax deductible for Canadians.Donations can be made through the SMBD-Jewish General Hospital
Once you click on the link a new page will open. Please do the following:
- Click on where it says DONATE NOW
- Fill in the amount of the donation.
- From the below drop down list. Choose whether you want: General Donation, In Memory or In Honor of.
- From the drop down list below. Choose: The Following Department.
- From the drop down list below. Choose: Neurology - Kennedy Disease Research Fund.
- Select Continue