The NAN Project is supported through private donations, grants, and fundraising. A primary strategy of the Project is to train and employ young people with lived experience to promote awareness and support among their peers struggling with depression.
You donations are used to:
- Employ young people to discuss their lived experiences with peers
- Create and develop school forums
- Develop youth leadership teams within schools
- Provide training for educators, gatekeepers, and parents
Ways to donate
- Cash Donations: Gifts of checks or payment on-line support us and provide a charitable giving tax deduction to you. All donors receive written acknowledgement for tax purposes.
- Memorial/Honorary Gifts: A contribution in memory or in honor of someone is a wonderful way to recognize an important individual or life event. The NAN Project will send written acknowledgements to you and the individual identified in your contribution.
- Matching Gifts: Numerous companies have matching gift programs through which an employer can match an individual’s charitable gift in varying amounts. Donors should obtain their employer’s matching gift forms and procedures when interested in making a matching gift.
- Corporate Gifts: Corporations can make and deduct charitable gifts of up to 10% of taxable income per year.
- In-Kind Donations: The NAN Project welcomes in-kind donations from individuals and corporations. Please contact us if you are interested.
All contributions are tax deductible to the extent allowable by law.
The NAN Project is funded through generous donations from individuals, grants, and other public funds. You can make a difference and donate today.
If you need help and want to talk to someone, call:
Suicide Prevention Lifeline
For the Crisis Text Line, text "Listen" to 741-741
For the Samaritans, Call or Text (877)870-4673
For immediate crisis evaluation call the Emergency Services Program / Mobile Crisis Intervention at 1-877-382-1609 & enter your zip code; you will get the phone number of the closest ESP/MCI that serves you.
If you are in immediate danger, please call 911