The Shriver Center is fiscally responsible and accountable to our donors, our supporters, and the communities we serve. Your donation helps us build a future free from racism, poverty, and the interlocking systems designed to keep those inequities alive. Get answers to frequently asked questions about donating to the Shriver Center below.
The Shriver Center is a 501(c)(3) organization, and your donation is tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law. Our federal tax-identification number is 36-3151279.
Yes! Our payment processor adheres to stringent data security standards set by the Payment Card Industry (PCI). Your credit card information is encrypted, and we never have access to your card information.
Please make your check out to “Shriver Center on Poverty Law” and mail it to:
Shriver Center on Poverty Law
67 E. Madison St., Suite 2000
Chicago, IL 60603
Yes, you can modify your monthly gift at any time! Please contact Carly Faison at 312.809.8144.
In addition to cash, we accept gifts of stock and other marketable securities, bequests, and beneficiary designations under certain kinds of trusts. We also welcome gifts directed through a donor advised fund. For more information, please contact Carly Faison.
Yes, the Internal Revenue Service recognizes the Shriver Center as a public charity under section 501(c)(3) of the tax code. Please contact Carly Faison if you need further assistance with a matching gift.
Our recent audited financial statements and tax filings are available on our website.
No. It is the Shriver Center’s policy not to sell or share constituent contact information or lists without the donor’s permission.
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