Ways to Give
Your generosity brings us one step closer to providing financial support to those who otherwise can't afford their medical treatment. Thank you for standing with PAN.
Your donation has an immediate impact on a patient's ability to start and stay on their critical medical treatment. Give the gift of affordable healthcare access and make a secure online donation to PAN today.
Donate by Mail
To donate by mail, complete our donation form and include a check or money order made out to the Patient Access Network Foundation.
Please mail your gift to:
Patient Access Network Foundation
P.O. Box 76408
Baltimore, MD 21275-6408
*Please note that if you recently donated by mail, we're experiencing delays in sending you a receipt. We apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate your patience.
Many employers will match your donation to the PAN Foundation. Here’s how it works:
- Find out if your employer is on the list using the simple search tool below.
- Submit a request to your human resources department to have your gift matched.
- If your employer determines that PAN meets their criteria, they will send the matched gift to us.
One of the most powerful ways to help patients access their critical medications for years to come is through a gift in your will. As a thank you for being a friend of the PAN Foundation, we are delighted to help you create your legal will. It's 100% free to you, and most people finish in 20 minutes or less.
Other Ways to Give
One of the simplest ways to donate is through Facebook and Amazon. Simply click Donate at the top of our Facebook page, or set up a Facebook Fundraiser for PAN.
Log in to AmazonSmile, and under the search bar, hover your mouse over the organization name displayed. Click Change, and type Patient Access Network Foundation in the search box provided. Select our name from the top of the list, and you're set! Moving forward, .5% of your eligible purchases will be donated to PAN.
Access the Donor Portal
The PAN Donor Portal is a secure resource for our corporate donors. Sign in for a snapshot of PAN's current and prospective disease funds and additional resources.