Start making a difference for our children and make a contribution today!
Support Bright Minds today by making a donation in any of the following ways:
Onetime Online Donation
Please use our online donate button located at the top of the page in order to make a one time donation.
Ongoing Monthly Donations
If you prefer to donate to us in monthly amounts, you can also use the online SUBSCRIPTION button below to make an automatic monthly payment.
Note that this option requires a PayPal account. If you don’t have one, you will be shown how to open one when you select this option.
Donate by Check
For check donations, please mail check (address information) payable to the Bright Minds Foundation with contact and contribution information to the attention of Pat Sasse, Executive Director
Fund a Project
Businesses, organizations or individuals may elect to fund a specific project or initiative that supports equity, innovation or learning for a lifetime in one or more of the following competency areas. Please include your interest area in the comment section of the online contribution form or with the contribution information you mail with your donation.
- Financial, Economic, Business and Entrepreneurship Literacy
- Global & Civic Awareness
- Health & Wellness Awareness
- Information & Communications Technology Literacy
- Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM)
Donate a Car
Donate your car -- running or not -- to the Donation Line - Vehicle Donation Center to benefit the Bright Minds Foundation while receiving a tax deduction for yourself. You may also donate boats, trucks, motorcycles, RVs, jet skis or snowmobiles.
Call 877-227-7487, x2871 to start the no cost, no hassle donation process. When donating, please have your title available for vehicle ownership information.
Donate Through United Way
The Bright Minds Foundation is considered a charitable, independent organization that is part of the following United Way locations:
Chesapeake Bay Area Combined Federal Campaign (CFC)
How to Donate
The Chesapeake Bay Area Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) is a once-a-year workplace appeal for Federal employees to support charities of their choice through a payroll deduction. Using the 5-digit program code 98568, Federal employees can donate to the Bright Minds Foundation through the Chesapeake Bay Area CFC. Federal employee donation information will be available prior to the start of the 2013 Campaign this fall.
About the Organization
The Chesapeake Bay Area (CFC) provides financial support to charitable organizations in the following counties: Baltimore City, Accomack, Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Caroline, Carroll, Cecil, Dorchester, Hartford, Howard, Kent, Northampton, Queen Anneâ€š Somerset, Talbot, Wicomico, and Worcester counties, as well as Baltimore City. More information.
The Combined Federal Campaign of the National Capital Region provides financial support to charitable organizations in the Greater Washington DC area. More information.
United Way of Central Maryland
How to Donate
The United Way of Central Maryland is a once-a-year workplace appeal for Howard County employees and other private companies to support local Maryland charities. Using the 4-digit program code 4571, Howard County employees and others can donate to the Bright Minds Foundation through the United Way of Central Maryland. Payroll deduction information will be available through your employer prior to the start of the 2013 Campaign this fall.
About the Organization
The United Way of Central Maryland has 2 primary goals: to address basic human needs in Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Carroll, Hartford and Howard counties, as well as Baltimore City, and to be an efficient, effective and trusted fundraiser. They improve lives for the better, calling together human service experts, corporate partners, government and community leaders to identify outcomes that lead to real change. More information.