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Platformme is an independent art, culture and fashion magazine focused highlighting new, diverse creative talent. 25% of all proceeds from the magazine are donated to Amref Health Africa.

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Buy Prints from Dapper Lou

Brooklyn-based photographer Dapper Lou has partnered with us to sell prints of his stunning photography. 20% of all print sales will support Amref Health Africa’s work fighting COVID-19 on the continent.

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Donate By Using TobiCares
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Donate By Using Amazon Smile

Sign in to your Amazon account on AmazonSmile and they’ll automatically donate 0.5% of your purchase to Amref Health Africa when you select us as your charity.

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Donate Your Credit Card Points
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Donate your unused credit card points to Amref Health Africa, through
American Express and Capital One. Your points will be converted into dollars with just one click!

Donor Advised Funds

A donor-advised fund (DAF) is a centralized charitable account. It allows charitably inclined individuals, families, and businesses to make tax-deductible charitable donations of cash, publicly-traded stock, and, in some cases, certain illiquid assets, to a public charity that sponsors a DAF program. DAFs provides an operationally convenient and tax-efficient method for donors to manage their charitable giving.

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Planned Giving

By making a gift of stock, you not only help us achieve our vision of lasting health change in Africa, but you can also receive the following benefits:

  • Avoid capital gains taxes
  • Deduct the fair market value of your transferred stocks from your income

These benefits effectively decrease the cost to you. Shares of stock may be delivered via electronic transfer or mail delivery. For more information or to make a gift of stock, please consult your financial advisor/attorney and contact:

Agnes Mestrich, Director of Finance
212-768-2440 (ext. 114)
[email protected]

In order for us to identify your generous gift and issue a tax receipt, please be sure to inform us.  Privacy laws discourage brokerage firms from releasing the names of clients, so, if you don’t let us know, we will have trouble crediting and thanking you for your generous gift. Please provide the following information with your gift of stock:

  • Name of securities & number of shares
  • Brokerage house / accounting firm and contact name
  • Your address, phone number and email address

The simplest method of planned giving is to leave a bequest in your will. A bequest is a written intention that a certain amount of money or property will be given to Amref Health Africa at your passing. Bequests are not subject to estate tax, so 100% of the gift will go towards our work.

The official legal bequest language is: “I, [name], of [city, state, zip], give, devise and bequeath to Amref Health Africa, 75 Broad Street, Suite 703, New York, NY 10004 [written amount or percentage of the estate or description of property] for its unrestricted use and purpose.” Our federal tax EIN is 13-1867411.

Please contact your lawyer or life plan consultant for more information on bequests, or contact us below, we are happy to help:

Agnes Mestrich, Director of Finance
212-768-2440 (ext. 114)
[email protected]

As a tax-exempt organization, Amref Health Africa can benefit from 100% of a gift, unlike a non-charitable organization beneficiary who would be responsible for estate and income tax on your IRA. To guarantee your savings go the furthest, designate Amref Health Africa as your retirement benefits beneficiary today.

To make Amref Health Africa a beneficiary of your life insurance proceeds upon your passing, simply ask your life insurance agent for a change of beneficiary designation form. As with a direct bequest, Amref Health Africa can be a beneficiary of a specific amount, a percentage or remainder of shares after other beneficiaries in both cases.