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Consumer Voice’s ability to be an independent advocacy voice for long-term care consumers is made possible by the generous financial support of our donors. Consumer Voice is grateful for the wide range of support received for our work, including memorial donations, tribute donations and substantial contributions from members of our Leadership Circle.

Consumer Voice depends on each of you for support of our work to protect the rights, safety and dignity of America's long-term care residents.

Every donation helps, no matter the size!
Thank you for making a contribution today.

As a 501(c)(3), non-profit organization, all donations are tax deductible.

President's Circle

The President's Circle of Leaders is a distinguished group of donors who believe in Consumer Voice's mission.  President's Circle members are individuals who commit to donating a total of $1000 or more in a calendar year (via one gift or via monthly or quarterly gifts totaling $1000 or more). Learn more.

Other Ways to Contribute

  • Donations of Stock - Transferring your stock or mutual fund to Consumer Voice is a simple and tax-efficient way to make a contribution.  Contact Alejandra Ona at aona@theconsumervoice.org for more information.
  • PayPal Giving Fund - Donate via PayPal Giving Fund (search NCCNHR), and Consumer Voice does not incur any transaction fees.
  • Giving Assistant - Shop online at over 2,500 stores and donate a percentage of your purchase to Consumer Voice.
  • eBay - Sell items on eBay and Consumer Voice receives a percentage of the sale.
  • Facebook - Get social and make a donation via Facebook or create a Fundraiser to encourage others to donate.  Celebrate your birthday by creating a Facebook Fundraiser in honor of Consumer Voice. Donate via Facebook, and Consumer Voice does not incur any transaction fees.
  • IRA Qualified Charitable Distributions  - Consider donating from your required annual IRA distribution directly to Consumer Voice.  When distributions are sent directly to a charitable organization, individuals will not pay taxes on the amount. The qualified charitable distribution is not considered income if donated directly.  Contact your financial advisor for more information.

For more information about any of these giving opportunities, contact info@theconsumervoice.org.