For more information about making a donation to ASNC, please contact Wendy Soone-Broder, Director of Global Corporate Development & Strategic Partnerships (firstname.lastname@example.org; (415) 421-8707).
Individual and corporate membership dues only account for about 10% of ASNC’s revenue; the Annual Fund helps us cover the rest. The Annual Fund provides discretionary dollars to fund our highest priorities, including programs, research and scholarship support (see Scholarship Fund, below). We hope you will consider a fully tax-deductible donation of $100. Please support at the level most comfortable for you. Donate now.
Our scholarship fund allows public high school students to attend Asia Society programs free of charge, providing a rich supplement to classroom curriculum and engaging the next generation of Asia Society constituents. Donations to the ASNC scholarship fund are fully tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. Contact Wendy Soone-Broder to learn more.
Vehicle Donation Program
Through our partnership with V-DAC (Vehicle Donation to Any Charity), supporters can now donate vehicles to Asia Society. All types of vehicles are accepted, running or not, and pick-up is quick and free. When you donate your vehicle, the total gross sales are donated to Asia Society, and you receive a tax write-off on the sale price. To learn more, please click this icon:
Many companies offer to match or even triple their employees’ charitable contributions. Before becoming an Asia Society donor, check with your employer to see if a matching program is offered.
Donate stock options in lieu of cash. To learn more about how to donate stock options, please contact Wendy Soone-Broder, Director of Global Corporate Development & Strategic Partnerships (email@example.com; (415) 421-8707).
In addition to financial contributions, many companies and individuals provide in-kind support to Asia Society, most notably for the Annual Dinner silent auction. From vacation packages and hotel stays to fine wines and artwork, in-kind donors make a considerable impact on our ability to create programs. Please contact Kate Ryge to find out what opportunities are available (firstname.lastname@example.org; (415) 421-8707).