When you donate to Home for The Hatchet, you enjoy many choices about how you give.
You may choose to donate directly to Home for The Hatchet, either by check or through Network for Good. The information and links you need are at the left below.
You may choose to have your gift processed through The George Washington University development office. This option allows Home for The Hatchet donors to receive credit as University donors as well, but be assured that the funds will go exclusively to Home for The Hatchet. This option works well for donors who want to fulfill a commitment to the University or maintain a giving level, such as The Luther Rice Society. The University processing options are at the right below.
You also have the option to join the Century Club or the 2140 Club as a monthly sustainer. Both of these options are available whether you choose to send your gift directly to Home for The Hatchet or have it processed through the University.
The Century Club is for those who want to make an important impact, but want to do it in an automated, budget friendly way. Your credit card will automatically be charged $100 each month until you tell us to stop. You won’t have to remember to do anything, and your contributions will add up to real help for Home for The Hatchet.
The 2140 Club is for recent graduates who fondly remember the old 2140 G Street office. Your credit card will automatically be charged $21.40 each month (about the price of two six packs or four lattes) until you tell us to stop. Your help will move the mission forward.
To Donate Directly to
Home for The Hatchet:
To give by credit card, click here. You will be redirected to our page on Network for Good, which lists giving options including the Century Club and the 2140 Club.
To give by check, make your check payable to Home for The Hatchet, and mail to:
Home for The Hatchet
To Donate Through
The George Washington University:
To choose your giving level, click here.
For the Century Club, click here.
For the 2140 Club, click here.
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