Thursday, September 27, 2012


picture of James
We have been asked several times if we're taking donations to help pay for James' ABA therapy. The answer is yes! However, I didn't have any easy (online) way to accept donations, so last night I spent some time setting up accounts with Paypal, Amazon, and Google to accept donations. These all take a little bit from each donated (2.9% + $0.30 on each transaction) so we don't get 100% of what is donated, but for the convenience factor it's probably worth it. If you don't like the idea of some of your money going toward the fees, we can accept checks and cash.

100% of what we receive from donations will go toward paying for James' therapy, be it for materials or paying the therapists we have hired. Unfortunately since we are not a non-profit organization I can't give you a receipt for tax-deduction reasons, but you can rest assured that your donation is going toward a good cause.

Edit: Google is retiring Google Checkout, so I have removed the Google donate button.

1 comment:

  1. Do you have a bank account set up for donations? Most major banks and CCU offer ways to set up and accept money for these causes. That way, for many, it's just a wire transfer and you don't get hit with transaction fees.