There are several ways to donate to ALOHA:
1. Arizona Tax Credit
ALOHA is a Qualifying Charitable Organization (QCO #21054) that is eligible to receive cash donations from Arizona residents.
You have several payment options:
Download the donation form and mail it in with your check.
Download the membership form and pay your fee via PayPal. You do not need a PayPal account to use this option. You can email the form to firstname.lastname@example.org
For every eligible purchase you make from Amazon, they donate 0.5% to your favorite charitable organization.
Please consider helping ALOHA, at no extra charge to you, by signing in to your Amazon account and following a few easy steps!
- 1. Sign in to your Amazon account as you usually do. Note: You will use the same login credentials with smile.amazon.com as you do with amazon.com. You won’t change any of that.
- 2. On the search bar, type Amazon Smile.
- 3. Click “Turn on in the app”. You’ll see three (3) steps.
- 1. Join AmazonSmile
- 2. Click “sign up” and type Adult Loss of Hearing Association. ALOHA appears at the top of the list. Click it. You’ll see the message: “Yes, I understand that I must always start at smile.amazon.com to support Adult Loss of Hearing Association, Inc.”
3. Payroll deductions
Donations can also be made to ALOHA through payroll deductions via your employer. Please check with your payroll or human resources department to see if the company supports a payroll deduction program.
The Adult Loss of Hearing Association would like to thank our members and donors for continuing to support us.
Whether you contribute by donation via Amazon, Arizona Charitable Tax Credit, or a payroll deduction, we appreciate your generosity!
We assure you, these resources are an essential part of our operating budget and covers the cost of staffing, which is the only way we can continue to keep serving you, our patrons. Your donations allow us to continue our community-based programs such as tracking area looped facilities and helping those organizations (churches, theaters, public libraries, etc.) ensure their hard of hearing patrons can take full advantage of their offerings.