Donate

Thank you for considering a donation to Mama Maria Clinics. While our clinics all work to achieve sustainability, it doesn’t happen overnight. Once built, it takes up to a full year for a clinic to become self-sufficient. Your donations help MMC establish new programs and builds new clinics in rural African villages, setting them on the road to sustainability; they also help fund our benevolence programs to help the truly indigent – those unable to afford even lowest of fees on our sliding scale.

Mama Maria Clinics – US is a 501(c)3 charity. Your gift is tax-deductible to the full extent, as allowed by U.S. law.

Make a One-Time Donation

Monthly Giving
Monthly giving is easy and convenient. Each month, your gift will be automatically deducted from your bank account or the credit card you list, and PayPal will send an electronic receipt for your records. And every month you can know you are creating a lasting impact on the lives of many.

Corporate Matching
Your gift could be matched dollar for dollar. Many companies offer matching gift programs that will double, even triple, a donation’s value. Check with your company or visit this online directory of matching gift companies to find out if your company will match your contribution to Mama Maria Clinics. If you do not find your employer listed or if you have questions about your company’s matching gift program, please check with your Human Resources department. Matching Gifts Directory

Already have your form? Please mail it to:

Mama Maria Clinics
3518 Fremont Avenue North #403
Seattle, WA 98103

Mama Maria Clinics – US is a 501(c)3 charity. Your gift is tax-deductible to the full extent, as allowed by U.S. law. Our legal Description of Activity for MMC-US is as follows:  Description of Activity: Mama Maria Clinics – U.S. supports access to basic health and medical services in underprivileged and/or underserved communities, primarily in the developing word. Mama Maria Clinics – U.S. achieves this purpose by supporting community-based health clinics whose medical activities are directed to (a) primary care; (b) HIV/AIDS; (c) TB; (d) Maternity-Perinatal; and (e) Emergency Transport.