- Cash – Make your check payable to ORHF and mail it to ORHF at P.O. Box 10142, Alexandria, VA 22310.
- Credit Card – Please click the DONATE button below to make your donation online today.
- Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) – Help end Veteran homelessness by giving to ORHF via the Combined Federal Campaign. Just designate CFC #26459 when you make your CFC selections.
- Gifts of Stock – Make a significant contribution at a reduced cost to you by donating appreciated securities. Tax benefits vary with individual circumstances. Please contact us at 703.887.8117 for more information.
- Proceeds from a Car or Vehicle Donation – ORHF has signed an agreement with Vehicles for Charity by which we get 80% of the proceeds from any car/vehicle you donate. To donate your car or other vehicle, click here.
- Donated Goods or Services – ORHF also needs a wide variety of donated goods and services.
- Bequests – Designate a charitable bequest to support ORHF. This provision in your last will and testament—where a gift of property is transferred from an estate to ORHF—allows you to perpetuate your life interest and influence into the future. Click here for more information.
- Donate through Amazon Smile – A really simple and easy way to help end Veteran homelessness. Just sign up for Amazon Smile and designate ORHF. Then, when you shop at https://smile.amazon.com/, a portion of your purchases at Amazon.com will be donated to ORHF.
- Consider donating your time – Do you like fundraisers and events? We have a constant need for friendly people, passionate to share about our organization and its mission, to help us register people and make our events as successful as possible. Please send us your details and tell us how you’d like to become involved.
ORHF is a nonprofit organization under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. ORHF’s EIN is 45-3848293. There are a number of tax-advantaged giving opportunities available that enable you to help ORHF while maximizing the deductions available to you for your contribution. Please consult your tax advisor.