There are so many ways you can help support the IOCDF as we continue our mission to help those affected by obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) and related disorders to live full and productive lives. Here are a few popular options:
Give a Gift to the IOCDF Today!
Donate By Mail Or Phone
Mail a check to:
International OCD Foundation
P.O. Box 961029
Boston, MA 02196
When you give monthly it’s easy and cost-effective and provides important financial resources we can count on. Start your monthly giving by donating online, then select the “make this a monthly donation” box and complete the rest of the form.
Honorary and Memorial Giving
You can contribute to the IOCDF in honor of someone special in your life or in memory of a lost loved one. You can make an honorary or memorial gift online, by mail or on the phone. At your request, IOCDF will send a letter to the individual or family notifying them of your thoughtful gift if you provided their contact information. The amount of your gift will not be disclosed.
You can also create a page for your loved one and collect donations in their honor or memorials.
For more information please email us at email@example.com or call 617-973-5801.
Many workplaces offer the opportunity to donate to the IOCDF through payroll deduction or through Matching Gift programs that “match” their employees’ contributions to their favorite charities. Learn more about workplace giving.
Shop and Support
You can help the IOCDF simply by shopping online. When you make a purchase through companies who partner with the IOCDF, a portion of your purchase supports our cause. Learn more here.
Donor Advised Funds
Donor-advised funds are organized ways for donors to make charitable gifts. The advisor (donor) to the fund can recommend a grant be made to the IOCDF. Learn more about Donor Advised Funds.
You can make a bequest in your will or living trust to help continue IOCDF’s vital goal in helping all those affected by OCD and related disorders. Learn more about Planned Giving.
You can use your talents and areas of interest to help raise funds for and awareness about OCD and related disorders. Learn more about hosting a DIY event.