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Ways to Give

The Smith-Lemli-Opitz Foundation is a registered charitable organization in the United States. Donations are tax-exempt under IRS 501(c)(3), ID #23-2635206.
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Donations

The Smith-Lemli-Opitz Foundation relies on the generosity of monetary donations to fund all activities which focus around family support the research grant program.

Donate online now by clicking the button below or downloading the donation form and sending it along with your donation to: SLO Foundation • c/o Gretchen Noah • P.O. Box 10598 • Fargo, ND 58106 • USA

February 9th, 2023 is Giving Hearts Day

Giving Hearts Day is an annual give-a-thon day in February filled with matching fund opportunities, boost funds, and community support. However, it is not limited just to the day.

 Any day, you can give of your time, talent, and treasure using the Giving Hearts Day website

Click the Giving Hearts Day logo to give today!

Schedule your Giving Hearts Day Gift!

How to give today:

  • Click our red logo or find Smith-Lemli-Opitz Foundation at GivingHeartsDay.org
  • Add your donation to the cart and proceed to the checkout
  • The option to schedule your gift is automatically selected
  • Your gift will go through on February 9, 2023!

You may give to Smith-Lemli-Opitz Foundation any day of the year!
Click our red logo to give today!

Gifts of Stock & Appreciated Securities

If you have stocks that have gained in value, you may be able to donate your stock and get a tax deduction for the fair market value of the stock and avoid capital gains tax on these donated stocks.

Consult your tax advisor to get more information on whether this is a good transaction for you.

To make a stock gift:
Contact the Foundation Treasurer, Gretchen Noah, using the button on the right.

2 ways to give a Tribute Gift

Tribute Gifts

You have two options when giving Tribute Gifts

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If you’d like to give an online Tribute Gift with private recognition of the individual(s) you are honoring or memorializing, use the DONATE ONLINE NOW button below to donate online through Network for Good.

In order for us to correctly recognize the donor and properly notify the family for which the donation is made, it helps us immensely to have as much information as possible about who is donating and who should receive notice of a Tribute Gift for their loved one.

Please fill out as much information on the Network for Good form as possible.

The Smith-Lemli-Opitz Foundation is a registered charitable organization. Donations are tax-exempt under IRS 501(c)(3), ID #23-2635206.

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If you’d like to give a Tribute Gift by sending a donation through the mail with private recognition of the individual(s) you are honoring or memorializing, use the DOWNLOAD DONATION FORM button below to access the from to complete and mail in with your donation. 

In order for us to correctly recognize the donor and properly notify the family for which the donation is made, it helps us immensely to have as much information as possible about who is donating and who should receive notice of a Tribute Gift for their loved one.

Please fill out as much information on the Donation Form as possible.

The Smith-Lemli-Opitz Foundation is a registered charitable organization. Donations are tax-exempt under IRS 501(c)(3), ID #23-2635206.

Company
Matching Funds

Many companies also offer company matching and provide forms to fill out with contact information.

Please use the address below for the contact information.

SLO Foundation
c/o Gretchen Noah
P.O. Box 10598
Fargo, ND 58106 USA

e-mail: noah@smithlemliopitz.org

The Smith-Lemli-Opitz Foundation is a registered charitable organization. Donations are tax-exempt under IRS 501(c)(3), ID #23-2635206.

At the end of the day, it's not what you have
or even what you've accomplished...
It's about who you've lifted up,
who you've made better.
It's about what you've given back.

Why your gift matters.

Listen to Jean-Baptiste Roullet, Ph.D. describe the impact your generosity makes on the research of Smith-Lemli-Opitz syndrome.