Donate to YAP International

“YAP International has been an asset to NYAP and has done stellar work from the very beginning.”

Marvena Twigg, President and CEO, National Youth Advocate Program

You Can Help!

boy with a soccer ballIn order to do our work, we need you! This means promoting the cause and supporting our work through volunteering your time to plan an event or fundraiser, or giving directly to the organization.

YAP International provides information, consulting, training, education, strategy, planning, promotion, and referrals to tens of thousands of people every year through our direct information, education, and referral programs; and indirectly through our consulting, training, strategy, and planning work. Being able to provide these services on a diverse range of issues affecting children makes us an invaluable resource.

Due to good program planning and the work of numerous interns and volunteers, we are able to operate on less than $220,000 per year, including in-kind donations. Although we accomplish a great deal on a small budget, yet we still need your support to continue, let alone expand.

If you would like to make an online donation, click here.

You are also welcome to send a check directly to our office at:

YAP International
4000 Albemarle Street, NW, Suite 401
Washington, DC, 20016.

Receipts and Recognition

In order to put your contribution to better use, contributions of less than $50 will only receive an e-mail notice regarding the gift for tax purposes, unless specifically requested.

Contributors of $50 or more, and those providing requested in-kind donations, will receive a thank you letter recognizing the value of their gift.

All contributions of $25 or more, and those providing requested in-kind donations, will be acknowledged on our website, unless the donor specifically asks to remain anonymous.

If you have questions regarding contributions, please contact us.

YAP International is a registered non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. All contributions are tax deductible in keeping with U.S. law.