Support Access to Harm Reduction Services
Are you looking for a way to contribute to evidence-based strategies to curb the overdose crisis and support people who use drugs in your community?
Our work is fueled in part by passionate community members. Whether you have just a few dollars to spare or want to become a monthly donor, your support enables us to educate, engage, and scale services for people who use drugs and their communities.
Where Your Dollars Go
We put every donation to work to build capacity and scale access to harm reduction strategies and solutions. Your tax-deductible donation helps provide:
National organizing and advocacy that saves lives and promotes social change
Low-cost trainings to community members across the country
Free resources for the entire community to support the growth of our movement
Reduced rates and scholarships for NHRC regional and national conference attendees
that Work for You
We strive to make supporting our work as easy as possible. You can support a specific initiative or honor someone’s life or memory with a general gift.
Whether you have just a dollar to spare or want to make a larger monthly donation, every dollar helps support our mission to promote the health and dignity of individuals and communities affected by drug use.
Make a one-time donation online.
All online donations are processed through Donor Box.
Donate by phone.
Mail a donation.
National Harm Reduction Coalition
243 Fifth Avenue, Box #529, New York, NY 10016
firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in donating stocks to our organization.
Harm Reduction Champions
Harm Reduction Champions are active donors who support National Harm Reduction Coalition with a monthly contribution.
Become a Harm Reduction Champion to help advance and sustain our work.
Here’s what you can support with a monthly gift:
Thank You to All Our Supporters
We could not do this work without the help of our valued supporters. It takes a movement to create global change.
Meet the people and organizations who support our work.