Support Our Work
When you support our work, you cure people suffering from leprosy, provide ongoing care to affected people, and help bring an end to this ancient disease. The ministry of American Leprosy Missions is only possible with the partnership of people like you, who share our commitment to transforming lives by bringing hope and dignity to some of the world’s most marginalized people.
For more than 100 years, American Leprosy Missions has been a global leader in the fight against leprosy. We’ve had incredible achievements over the years, but our mission remains as critical as ever.
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Choose from these life-changing gifts and your support will do real and lasting good for people suffering from leprosy and related diseases. Give a life-transforming gift today.
You can do even more good for suffering people when you join Miracle Partners, our group of caring, compassionate folks who make the commitment to give monthly to save people from leprosy and related diseases. Discover how you can become a Miracle Partner.
Your automatic gifts using Electronic Funds Transfer are a great way to provide ongoing support for our many projects, from health worker training and community development to hospital care and scholarship assistance for children.
Do even more good by setting up an Electronic Funds Transfer. Get EFT Form.
Your planned gift to American Leprosy Missions brings a steady source of funds to help cure and care for suffering people. Learn more about charitable gift annuities, plan your will, read donor stories and compare gift options. Your generous gifts give hope to people struggling with poverty, disease and disability.
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Give Through the Combined Federal Campaign
Federal employees can allocate funds to American Leprosy Missions during the enrollment season (September to January). Our CFC number is 10717.
Your gifts are in good hands! American Leprosy Missions is a Gold GuideStar Non-Profit and has been a long-time member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability and the Better Business Bureau.