You have the opportunity to offer families in Bangladesh a way out of poverty and empower the world’s poorest individuals to create their own solutions to becoming self-sufficient.
Please make your gift today and allow us to help you to make the change you wish to see in the world. Together, we will transform the lives of hundreds of thousands of families living in extreme poverty.
Donating to PSDI is easy.
DONATE BY CHECK
If you wish to send a check, please make it payable to PSDI and mail to:
Partners in Sustainable Development Int'l. 5200 Shaw Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63110-3042
OTHER WAYS TO DONATE
Matching gifts through your employer is a wonderful way to ensure that your donations go further! Check with your employer to see if your company matches your investment in PSDI.
LEAVE A LEGACY
Donors often make their most substantial and effective gifts as part of their estate plan. One of the simplest estate giving options is a bequest.
Please contact us or call 314-993-5599 to receive more information on leaving a legacy through Planned Giving.
We welcome the opportunity to talk with corporations about our work and possible collaboration opportunities that demonstrate a commitment to global citizenship by improving lives around the world.
GIVE IN HONOR OF/MEMORIAL FOR
A donation to PSDI made in honor of someone you care about may be the perfect birthday, anniversary, or holiday gift; give a gift in honor of a family member or friend today.
Likewise, you can honor an individual’s lifetime and legacy by making a gift in memorial of someone you love.
STOCK & SECURITIES
Gifts of stock & securities offer significant tax advantages and are easy to make. Simply call us at 314-993-5599 for instructions. Please note that we will liquidate all donations as soon as possible. The tax-deductible value of your gift is the average share price on the date of your gift multiplied by the number of shares given.
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