Give to the ASID Foundation

GIVE NOW – Online Gifts

Contribute to the ASID Foundation online using a credit card, debit card, or PayPal.

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GIVE NOW – Gifts by Check

Please make checks payable to “ASID Foundation” and mail to:

ASID Foundation
1152 15th St., NW, Suite 910
Washington, D.C. 20005

Planned Giving, Tributes & Memorial Gifts

Planned Giving – The Legacy Society

The ASID Foundation has established The Legacy Society to provide a number of Planned Giving methods. Be sure to include the ASID Foundation in your estate/financial planning.

Some of the benefits of proper planning are:

  • Bypassing capital gains tax on appreciated property
  • Increasing your current income
  • Reducing current income taxes
  • Receiving a charitable income tax deduction
  • Reducing federal estate taxes
  • Conserving future assets for your loved ones

To learn more about Planned Giving or to speak to an ASID Staff Member for further information, please contact or call (202) 675-4443.

*The ASID Foundation is unable to accept gifts of equipment, gems, artwork or real estate.

Tributes & Memorials

Tribute gifts, given in the name of a loved one, are unique expressions of thoughtfulness.  At the ASID Foundation, there are two types of tribute gifts: Honor and Memorial Gifts.

  • Honor gift recognizes a person on a special occasion, such as a birthday, wedding or anniversary.
  • Memorial gift offers a meaningful way to pay lasting tribute to the memory of a loved one while also extending sympathy to the family.

If you would like your loved one, or their family, to receive a special acknowledgment that recognizes the honoree and the donation, please contact one of our Trustees or e-mail The amount of your gift can remains confidential or it can be recognized as a donation within our Circle Club in either your name or the Tribute’s name.

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Chapter Challenge

The ASID Foundation’s Chapter Challenge is an annual fundraising program that supports the important work of the Foundation. Each year, the Society’s 47 chapters are challenged to meet an assigned fundraising goal, to support the Foundation’s programs and projects.