Gifts of Recovery Campaign

Faces & Voices of Recovery was founded by a group of recovery advocacy pioneers who believed in a world where the shame and stigma of addiction no longer exists. They believed in a world where a lifetime of recovery was within everyone’s reach. This vision is the cornerstone of the work we do everyday.

Join your friends, neighbors, and business associates in supporting our mission to make long-term recovery possible for millions of Americans. Please consider a generous gift to the Gifts of Recovery Campaign to sustain our work in the coming years.Our goal is to raise $100,000 by December 31, 2017. Gifts to Faces & Voices of Recovery are fully tax deductible and can be made in a variety of ways.

7 Ways to Give:


Online Giving

Online donations are simple and convenient, providing an immediate tax deduction. Gifts are tax-deductible and can be made securely on your credit card.

You can even sign up to make recurring monthly payments with a click of the button. $25 a month adds up to $300 a year.  $50 a month adds up to $600 a year. Give to a good cause and then deduct it from your taxes at year end: DONATE ONLINE.


Giving by Check

If you prefer to make a gift by check, please make your check payable to Faces & Voices of Recovery and mail to:

Faces & Voices of Recovery
Attn: Theresa O’Laughlin
840 First Street NE, Third Floor
Washington, DC 20002


Giving in Honor of a Special Person

Is there someone in your life that you want to remember or honor with a special gift? Perhaps there is a special day coming – a birthday, marriage, anniversary or holiday. Give a gift to Faces & Voices of Recovery in their honor or in their memory.You can even ask others to make a donation to Faces & Voices on behalf of your loved one in lieu of flowers. Indicate your instructions when making your gift.

Give in honor of someone today: MAKE A TRIBUTE HERE


Giving for the Long-Term

Many donors make a long-term commitment to Faces & Voices of Recovery by pledging a gift that is payable over three years or more.

Just indicate the total amount of your pledge and specify the payment terms. These long-term gifts help Faces & Voices plan for the future.

Pledge by contacting Theresa O'Laughlin at 202-737-0690.


Corporate Giving

Local companies—large or small—can make a significant impact, from providing funds for critical recovery support services to sharing the talents, time, and interests of employees. Business leaders know that giving back is good for business—and good for the community! To learn more about how your company or agency can support the work of Faces & Voices of Recovery, contact Theresa O’Laughlin at tolaughlin@facesandvoicesofrecovery.org or call 1.202.737.0690. 

Learn more about our CORPORATE SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES


Stocks & Securities Giving

Making a gift of appreciated securities such as stocks or other appreciated assets can be a great tax-efficient method for making a gift to Faces& Voices of Recovery.

In most instances, you can take a tax deduction for the full market value of the gift and avoid any capital gains tax.

For  instructions for gifts of stock contact Theresa O’Laughlin at 1.202.737.0690 or tolaughlin@facesandvoicesofrecovery.org.


Estate Giving

What if you could support the work of Faces & Voices of Recovery in the future without committing any money today? A gift through your estate can one day help us carry out our work to grow the recovery advocacy movement.

It’s easy – you can name Faces & Voices of Recovery as a beneficiary of specific assets, of a portion of your estate, or of your residual estate. The following assets provide an easy and tax-efficient way to make a bequest and provide the flexibility to be modified if your circumstances change:

  • Retirement plan such as an IRA, 401(k) or 403(b)
  • Life insurance policy
  • Financial accounts such as bank or brokerage account or a certificate of deposit (CD)

Your estate gift will assure that Faces & Voices of Recovery is here to serve future generations. Contact Theresa O’Laughlin at 202-737-0690 or tolaughlin@facesandvoicesofrecovery.org.