1973 Shirt Campaign
The 1973 collection, designed by Prinkshop, commemorates Roe v. Wade, the landmark law passed in 1973 and a decision that represented a promise to generations to come: the promise of having the freedom to control our bodies, lives, and futures.
Other Ways to Give
Make a Gift by Mail or through wire transfer
Checks can be made out to National Institute for Reproductive Health or NIRH. Please address mailed contributions to:
14 Wall Street, Suite 3B
New York, NY 10005
To make a donation through wire transfer, please contact [email protected] or call (646) 520-3508 for account information.
Increase Your Impact Through Corporate Matching
Check with your company to see if they have a matching gifts program and reach out to us at [email protected] or 646.520.3508 for specific information your company needs to process your match!
Make a Gift of Stock or Securities
We accept gifts of appreciated stock, bonds, and other marketable securities. To make a gift of stock, please contact [email protected] or call 646.520.3508.
Request stock brokerage details
To access NIRH’s account number, brokerage name, DTC info, and additional information needed to make your gift of appreciated assets, please contact [email protected].
Give through a Donor Advised Fund
Leave a Legacy with NIRH
You can make a lasting difference by making a planned gift to NIRH. These gifts are simple to set up and have an enormous impact on our movement. Learn more about gifts by will or trust, beneficiary designation, or IRA rollover, and please contact [email protected] with any questions.
Shop through AmazonSmile
You can support NIRH when you shop on Amazon by visiting smile.amazon.com and selecting National Institute for Reproductive Health as the organization you’re supporting.
A copy of the organization’s latest financial reports may be obtained here. Any further needs can be obtained upon request, from the National Institute for Reproductive Health (14 Wall St, Ste 3B, New York, NY 10005) or from the Attorney General’s Charities Bureau website (www.charitiesnys.com).