Together, we can improve the lives of millions of children and adults with anxiety, depression, and related illnesses. With your support, we can accomplish these goals:
Donations may be made in honor of or in memory of a friend or loved one.
We appreciate the generosity of all our donors. These people put their creativity and stamina to good use:
One way Ashley Erickson learned to control her anxiety ws by running. When she ran the LA Marathon to raise funds for ADAA, she exceeded her goal.
Griffin Thall and Paul Goodman brought home bracelets from Costa Rica to sell at local shops. Before long their business Pura Vida took off, and ADAA receives a portion of the proceeds. 
Sam Lane sold hand-made bracelets with inspiring messages at her high school's basketball games.
Michael Timmermann volunteered his social media and editorial skills to ADAA and applied for a grant through his employer, which awards small grants to the organizations where their employees volunteer.
Debbie Jaffe donated the proceeds  from the May 29, 2011, performance of The View From Here, an original comedy.
Sarah Hunt raised thousands of dollars  when she ran the New York City Marathon in 2009 in memory of her mother, Robin, who suffered from debilitating anxiety and depression.
Many companies support us  in our mission to increase awareness of anxiety disorders. By supporting them, you can support ADAA.
Make ADAA your workplace charity of choice. Select ADAA to receive matching gifts from your employer, the United Way , Independent Charities of America,  or the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC)  (ADAA's number is 11220). ADAA's tax ID number is 52-1248820.
Auction items on behalf of ADAA  and bid in auctions that benefit ADAA.