Other Ways to Give
An easy and safe way to donate to Aid for Africa or one of our members is online by credit card.
You may also choose one of these other ways to donate.
- By Check
- The Combined Federal Campaign (CFC)
- Other Workplace-giving Campaigns
- Employee Matching Programs
You may make a donation to Aid for Africa by check. If you wish to designate one or more member organizations, please print out and complete our designation form, then include it with your donation.
Please mail checks, payable to Aid for Africa to:
Aid for Africa
P.O. Box 8734
Topeka, KS 66608
The U. S. Government’s Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) is the world’s largest and most successful annual workplace charity campaign. More than 200 CFC campaigns held throughout the country and internationally help to raise millions of dollars each year. The campaign is open to Federal civilian, postal and military donors and takes place between September 1 and December 31.
Every charity participating in the CFC campaign has a unique CFC number. The CFC number for Aid for Africa and each member of our alliance is found on their listing on the Member Charities page. We encourage you to mark down the CFC number of your favorite organizations to make designating them on your CFC form easier. To learn more about the CFC, visit www.opm.gov/cfc.
Aid for Africa also participates in the following workplace-giving campaigns:
|World Bank Community Connections Campaign|
|Helping Hands Campaign (#1535964)|
|Maryland Charity Campaign (#1002)|
|Commonwealth of Virginia Campaign (#4307)|
Aid for Africa also participates in corporate workplace-giving campaigns. If your company would like to receive information about including Aid for Africa in your workplace-giving program, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and include Workplace Giving in the subject line.
Many employers match employee contributions. If you think that your company might have such a program, please click here to email us your name, address and the name and address of your employer.
A donation of $10 can:
- Provide 10 children with an effective treatment for malaria
- Protect 500 old growth trees for one year
- Send $20 worth of medical supplies to an African country
A donation of $20 can:
- Buy 52 books for school children
- Supply 10 treatments of antibiotics for sick children
A donation of $100 can:
- Provide school and personal supplies for 2 students for one school year
- Buy goats for two families or widows with children