Make A Difference Today
Introducing our “Here To Stay” insulated water bottle. The perfect gift for your loved ones this holiday season, while continuing to be part of our resistance. Send a powerful statement wherever you go with this beautiful butterfly design — our immigrant communities are #HereToStay!
This water bottle is a great way to show your love for our work with all your friends & family. For more ways to give and invest in our work for immigrant and working-class communities, see below.
Thank you for standing with us!
- $30 dollars (includes shipping)
- Deadline to receive by Christmas is December 14th
- Insulated (keeps liquids warm or cold)
Ways to Donate
Tax Deductible Giving
Support our members’ work for dignity and justice by donating online today. You can be a sustainer of change by making a recurring donation, or honor someone — or his or her memory– by making a dedication when you donate Click here to donate now.
For only $120 a year, you can become a member of Make the Road New York or gift a membership to a community member who otherwise could not afford it. Contact us for details.
Employee Matching Gifts
Double the value of your donation by asking your human resources department if your company has a matching gifts program. Send your company’s matching gift form along with your donation via e-mail or mail to 301 Grove Street, Brooklyn, NY 11237. For questions, please call Development Director Julie Miles at 718-418-7690 x1203.
For details on giving a gift of stock, please contact Development Director Julie Miles at 718-418-7690 x1203 or via e-mail.
Legacy and Planned Giving
You can continue the fight for dignity and justice for future generations through bequests, gifts of life insurance, charitable lead trusts and other investments. Please contact Development Director Julie Miles at 718-418-7690 x1203 or via e-mail for more information.
In some class action litigation, funds remain unclaimed after distribution to the plaintiffs. The cy-pres doctrine permits the designation of the residual funds to a non-profit charitable organization whose work advances the public interest issues presented by the litigation. Granting these awards to Make the Road New York is an invaluable way to honor and advance the interests of vulnerable workers and families. Please contact Development Director Julie Miles at 718-418-7690 x1203 or via e-mail for more information.