Other Ways You Can Donate

There are many ways you can make gifts to help Healthy NewsWorks reach more children with our unique multidisciplinary program of literacy, journalism, and health education.

If you need assistance, please contact Executive Director Marian Uhlman at muhlman@healthynewsworks.org.

Pay by check

Write a check payable to Healthy NewsWorks and mail it to: Healthy NewsWorks, P.O. Box 431, Drexel Hill, PA 19026.

Recommend a donor-advised fund grant

Recommend Healthy NewsWorks for a grant through a donor-advised fund. Our tax ID is 81-4668072.

Make an IRA charitable donation

You may be able to make a donation to Healthy NewsWorks as a qualified charitable distribution from an individual retirement account (IRA) and avoid federal taxes on the amount. Contact your IRA administrator to request such a distribution after consulting with your tax advisor.

Make a stock donation

If you own appreciated securities that you would like to donate to Healthy NewsWorks, please let us know and we will help facilitate the transaction. 

Donate through United Way

We welcome gifts through workplace giving campaigns. Use Donor Code 54357 to make a contribution through United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey. You may be eligible to ask your employer to match your gift. Our tax ID is 81-4668072.

Support our Block Party

We invite companies and organizations to become sponsors of the first Healthy NewsWorks Block Party and our By Kids, For Kids magazine. The Block Party is scheduled June 2, 2024, to celebrate our student reporters’ accomplishments, provide students and families with additional health and journalism experiences, and build stronger community relationships. To learn more and sign up, visit Become a Block Party Sponsor

Contribute through EITC

Healthy NewsWorks is an approved Educational Improvement Organization under the Pennsylvania Educational Improvement Tax Credit Program (EITC). This means eligible businesses making contributions to Healthy NewsWorks may receive significant state tax credits in return for those gifts. Your gift would be a meaningful contribution to our efforts to deliver experiential learning programs that simultaneously improve health knowledge and literacy.

Since 2003, Healthy NewsWorks has been empowering elementary and middle school students to become researchers, writers, and confident communicators who advance health understanding and literacy through their factual publications and digital media.