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Support the vital work of PHI by using our secure online form. If you wish to pay by check, please download the Donation Form (pdf), call 314-534-0475, or email

Donation Form

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Ways to Support PHI

General Fund

Support the vital work of PHI — education, advocacy and networking.

Research Fund

Established in 1995, dedicated to “seeking scientific information leading to eventual amelioration of the consequences of poliomyelitis and/or neuromuscular respiratory diseases.” Learn more about the purpose of the Research Fund.

Joyce and Arthur Siegfried Fund

The Joyce and Arthur Siegfried Memorial Fund provides funds (maximum of $800) for bracing or custom-made shoes for survivors of polio in need living anywhere in the world. More.

Gilbert Goldenhersh Memorial Fund

The Gilbert Goldenhersh Memorial Tribute Fund provides funds (maximum of $800) for bracing or custom-made shoes for survivors of polio in need living in Missouri.

If your donation is a Memorial or Tribute to a special person, specify that person's name, if they are being memorialized or honored, and the name and address of the person who should receive the acknowledgments when selecting your donation amount from the shopping cart.

Other Ways to Support PHI

Become a Member!

Offer To Provide Services In-kind
Share your skills or provide a useful service.

Donate Gifts In-kind
Such as equipment or products.

Leave a Legacy
Below are a few suggested donation types that can be given now during your lifetime or set up as a planned donation to Post-Polio Health International.

1. Donations of Cash: This the simplest and easiest way for you to make a donation. You may receive a charitable tax deduction on your tax return.

2. Donations of Stocks and Bonds: A donation of appreciated stocks and bonds. You could avoid capital gains taxes that would otherwise be due if you sold them directly. Contact us to facilitate.

3. Donations from Retirement Accounts: If you have Traditional or Roth IRAs and are age 70 ½ or older, you may make a qualified charitable distribution directly from these IRAs without incurring any adverse federal income tax consequences. The distribution counts toward any Required Minimum Distribution (RMD), but is not included in calculating the individual taxpayer’s limitation on charitable deductions in the year the donation is made.

4. Donations of Insurance Policies: This donation can be made outright for cash value, or by naming Post-Polio Health International as beneficiary.

Talk to your financial advisor or attorney about these and other ways to create a meaningful way to help Post-Polio Health International continue to fulfill its mission.

Post-Polio is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization – Tax ID 34-0961952

Brian Tiburzi
Executive Director