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GAIA accepts personal checks as well as checks from charitable funds. Please mail gifts to: GAIA Global Health, 66 Franklin St. #300, Oakland, CA 94607.

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Become a Monthly Donor

Your monthly donation will enable us to continue filling life-saving gaps in care at the far end of the road.

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Donor-Advised Funds (DAFs)

GAIA accepts grants from community foundations and DAFS, like Charles Schwab and Fidelity Charitable. To recommend a grant from your DAF, use the following information: GAIA's Federal Tax #94-3364364.

Gifts of Stock

Gifts of Stock can be made easily as an electronic transfer from your brokerage account to our account using this information: Charles Schwab, GAIA Global Health, DTC#0164, Account #6343-8027. Please email your completed form to

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ACH/Wire Instructions for Cash Transfers

If you plan to transfer cash by wire or ACH, please instruct your financial institution to contact Doug Bozick at 415-461-7196 or for questions and directions.

Planned Giving

To create a lasting legacy with planned giving, please contact Doug Bozick at 415-461-7196 or

GAIA Donor Privacy Policy

GAIA Global Health (GAIA) is committed to protecting the privacy of its donors, contacts, and website visitors. Personal information provided in any form, whether by mail, telephone, through website visits, derived from internal website tracking system, or in any other manner is carefully protected and is not sold, rented, traded, or shared with any individuals or outside organizations, nor does GAIA send donor mailings on behalf of other organizations.

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Global Citizen Award Honorees

The GAIA Global Citizen Award recognizes exceptional individuals and institutions who have made extraordinary contributions to GAIA and global efforts to reduce glaring health disparities.

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