Ways to Give
Your gift to Cure RTD supports research that brings us closer to a world without Riboflavin Transporter Deficiency.
Your donations can help create a brighter future for the children and families living with Riboflavin Transporter Deficiency. The Cure RTD Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization; therefore, your contribution is tax-deductible in the USA as allowed by law. We offer options for becoming a member, making a memorial or honorarium gift, and more. Please join us in our fight for victory by making your gift today
Make an easy, secure online donation.
The Cure RTD Foundation is headquartered in Texas, USA and the link above will take you to the “Communities Foundation of Texas (CFT)” website, which Cure RTD uses for its secure online donation platform. Since 1953, the CFT has processed over $1.5 billion in charitable donations.
OTHER WAYS TO GIVE
Employer Matching Gift Programs
Many companies allow their employees to make charitable contributions via payroll deductions. Even $5 donated per paycheck can add up! Often companies will match their employees’ charitable contributions, whether they are made through payroll deduction or another method.
Contact your HR department to find out about your company’s payroll deduction and matching gifts program, or to encourage them to set one up.
One of the best ways to support our continued efforts is to remember Cure RTD in your estate planning. By including a bequest to Cure RTD, you will make a difference to future generations. Without any cost to you now, you’ll make a valuable contribution to RTD, and a legacy to be remembered for. A named fund can also be dedicated and restricted for special purposes.
For more information about planned or workplace giving, please contact us
Memorial and Honorary Gifts
Designating special gifts to Cure RTD to honor or memorialize a loved one affected by the disease is a long tradition in the fight with rare disorders. We strive every day to bring the inspiration, courage, and hope of so many to the work that is done on behalf of families and children. Cure RTD is committed to this important link between past and future, so that all who have faced RTD are remembered and their stories shared.