Ways To Give

Your gift supports organizations that empower the communities they represent and are too small, too new, or too controversial to receive funding from traditional sources.

Give online

Donate online through our secure server here.

Give with cash, money order, or check

You can donate to Bread & Roses Community Fund by cash, money order, or check.

Make the money order or check out to “Bread & Roses Community Fund.” Please mail your donation to:

Bread & Roses Community Fund
PO Box 22426
Philadelphia, PA 19110

Give by phone

We’re happy to process credit card donations by phone. During COVID-19, we are not in the office. Please email Poe Browne at poe@breadrosesfund.org to request a callback.

Become a sustainer

Sustain our work by giving to Bread & Roses Community Fund each month. Learn more here.

Give through your workplace

You can designate Bread & Roses Community Fund as the recipient of payroll deductions at your workplace or through the following organizations:

You can also help by volunteering to promote giving in your workplace. For more information on workplace donations, please contact Caitlin Quigley at caitlin@breadrosesfund.org.

Host a fundraiser

The 2016 On the Rise was held at the Penn LGBT Center for a fun, inspiring evening announcing and celebrating our 2016 grantees.

Raise money for social change by hosting an event to benefit Bread & Roses Community Fund. Learn more about hosting a fundraiser here.

Make a gift in memory or in honor of someone

Gifts in honor or in memory are a nice way to acknowledge someone special. For more information on honorary gifts, please contact Poe Browne at poe@breadrosesfund.org. You can also specify an honoree in our online donation form.

Transfer stock to Bread & Roses

Gifts of appreciated securities benefit Bread & Roses Community Fund while providing you with substantial tax savings. For more information on transferring stock please contact Caitlin Quigley at caitlin@breadrosesfund.org.

Make a bequest to Bread & Roses

Designate Bread & Roses Community Fund as the recipient of a specific amount or percentage of your estate, or as the recipient of the remainder after you’ve provided for others. Learn more about planned giving here.

Set up a donor-advised fund

There are many reasons to set up a donor-advised fund. For some, a donor-advised fund may reduce your taxes now or in the future, while benefiting Bread & Roses and the grassroots groups we serve. Others may choose to create a donor advised fund, either as an individual or a small group, as a means to direct money to a particular area or issue. Read more about donor-advised funds at Bread & Roses Community Fund.

Questions?

If you’d like to connect by phone or video, please reach out to director of communications & development Caitlin Quigley at caitlin@breadrosesfund.org.