100% of proceeds fund life-saving resources and initiatives.

Your contribution helps our writers, designers, advocates and doctors create free mental health tools for the global community.

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How to fund our efforts

The Crisis

1 in 4 will be affected by a mental health disorder at some point in their lives. But less than 40% will ever seek help for their symptoms. And of those that do, it takes an average of 10 years to access quality treatment.

Your Impact

Millions around the world are struggling with untreated mental illness without access to quality information or support. Research shows that educational resources decrease suffering and increase rates of recovery. With your help, we can make those resources possible and get them to people when symptoms first start, rather than decades down the line. Community contributions fund initiatives like educational livestreams, workplace mental health training tools, video series on the full spectrum of conditions, awareness campaigns and more.


Is my U.S. donation tax-deductible?  

Yes! All donations to Made of Millions U.S. are tax-deductible. 

What is Made of Millions Employer Identification Number? 

Our EIN is 81-1222039

How do I donate to Made of Millions Canada? 

Made of Millions Foundation is a national charity in Canada. Registration #:753834480RR0001. To make a tax-efficient donation, go to https://www.canadahelps.org/en/dn/55853.

How do I donate by check? 

Checks should be made payable to Made of Millions Foundation, 228 Park Ave S. PMB 73825 New York, NY 10003

Where can I find your 990 form and audited financials?

Download our 990 form or view our audited financials here. 

How can a corporation get connected with your team?

Interested in putting your social good budget to good use? Please email [email protected] to learn more.

Where can I learn more about your mission?

Read our story here.

How else can I support your work? 

Learn more about fundraising and campaigns here.

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