Benefits of Payroll Deduction
What your Dollars can Buy
$2 per pay sends two children with epilepsy to a morning of summer camp.
$2 per pay enables a food bank to distribute 8 ½ pounds of food.
$4 per pay provides for one cat and one dog to be spayed or neutered preventing the birth of many unwanted kittens and puppies.
$4 per pay provides 20 meals-on-wheels for a homebound or elderly person.
$6 per pay provides two patients with complete medical exams.
$6 per paycovers the cost of an experienced community organizer to help grassroots groups reduce, eliminate, clean up or prevent chemical contamination that threatens their communities' health.
$8 per pay provides reproductive healthcare, including contraception, to a woman for one year.
$10 per pay closes the gap between the government payment and the actual cost of a two week stay in a shelter for one homeless person.
$15 per pay provides three hours of free legal counsel and advice to individuals who are victims of domestic violence.
$20 per pay provides 480 children and adults in Cambodia with enough Vitamin A for one year, boosting their immune systems and fighting off sight-robbing infections.
$25 per pay provides up to date HIV education for 850 people.
$30 per pay provides job-readiness education and outreach programs connecting fifteen homeless individuals with paid employment opportunities.
$35 per pay would provide one week of after school care for a child.
$36 per pay helps buy text books for one student for one year.
$40 per pay provides basic school supplies for 40 children to ensure they have the tools necessary to be ready to learn and succeed.
$50 per pay provides vaccinations for 75 children against the six major childhood diseases.