Ways to Donate
With thousands of members at hundreds of chapters across the United States and the world, Students for Sensible Drug Policy is working to replace the failed and misguided war on drugs with policies that value public health, human rights, and individual liberties. Invest in a more sensible future by making your tax-deductible donation to SSDP today! Students for Sensible Drug Policy Foundation is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization and contributions are tax deductible.
Through the Mail
Donate via check can only be received by mail. This is the only method for which we do not incur any processing fees. Make your check payable to “Students for Sensible Drug Policy Foundation” and send it to SSDP, 1011 O St NW #1, Washington, DC 20001.
Donations via phone are processed using your credit card information through the same system that we use to take online donations through our website. Call us at 202-393-5280 to make a donation over the phone.
Workplace Giving Campaign
Workplace giving empowers employees and company leaders to invest in their communities. Write in “Students for Sensible Drug Policy” on your workplace giving form. SSDP participates in the Combined Federal Campaign with the CFC code 98497.
Just click (and bookmark!) the link and shop as you normally would. As long as you get to Amazon via our link, 4-6% of your purchase will go to SSDP. The 4-6% comes from Amazon, and does not add anything to the price that you pay. You will not receive any sort of notification that your purchase counted towards SSDP. https://www.amazon.com/?_encoding=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&linkCode=ur2&tag=studentsforse-20.
Want to sell something on eBay? List it as a giving item to SSDP, and a portion (set by you) of the proceeds from your auction will be donated to SSDP. This donation is paid for by the seller, not eBay.
Are you a frequent flyer who’d like to help SSDP by donating airline points or miles? E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to sponsor SSDP staff members’ travel to conferences, trainings, and other learning opportunities. Donations of points are not always tax-deductible – ask your tax advisor.