Donate today to help support Helpguide.org
We started Helpguide.org in 1999 because we believe that everyone facing mental and emotional health challenges deserves to have access to free, unbiased information without being pressured by special interests or corporate sponsors. Today, Helpguide provides support for tens of millions of people and their families each year, helping them understand and resolve their health issues.
Our policy of not accepting advertising or corporate sponsorship gives us complete editorial autonomy and the freedom to focus on the most effective sources of support for our visitors and their loved ones.
Your support can make a huge difference. As a nonprofit health organization, we rely on donations from our generous readers to maintain the quality and integrity of the website. By helping us, you can ensure that we are able to continue supporting people like you—and those you care about—when you need it the most.
Jeanne and Robert Segal, Helpguide co-founders
What is your money used for?
Our materials are based on the latest research so they need to be updated regularly by our team of experienced mental health professionals and writers. While we are able to keep our overhead extremely low, we still have to pay our staff, rent, web hosting, and other monthly expenses. We are very proud that each $10 tax-deductible contribution provides support and help for more than 1,500 people.
How can you donate to Helpguide.org?
- Make a one-time or recurring (monthly) secure donation via PayPal.
- Mail a check, payable to Helpguide.org International, to 1250 Sixth Street, Suite 400, Santa Monica, CA 90401.
How can you honor someone or their memory?
If you wish to honor someone or their memory—please let us know by:
- using PayPal’s “add special instructions …” link (visible after PayPal login)
- or adding a note with your check.
Helpguide.org International is a non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organization, ID# 45-4510670. Contributions to Helpguide.org International are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.