The International Stillbirth Alliance relies on donations and membership fees to fund our work. The money you donate to us will directly support ISA’s activities, including:
- Maintaining high-quality web resources for bereaved parents and family members, healthcare professionals and researchers;
- Running annual conferences and meetings to raise awareness of stillbirth and newborn death and share knowledge and experience;
- Fostering collaboration in research to prevent stillbirth and newborn death and improve care for families whose baby is stillborn or dies in the neonatal period;
- Supporting ISA collaborative projects such as the Lancet’s Ending Preventable Stillbirth Series and the Ending Preventable Stillbirths Scorecard.
We are committed to making every dollar count. Please help us continue this invaluable work with your donation today. A donation of any amount will be gratefully appreciated.
You may donate online by filling in your donation details below, or if you prefer to donate anonymously, by clicking on the “Donate anonymously” link below. Your payment will be processed via PayPal. Please note that you do NOT need a PayPal account in order to donate with PayPal. If you encounter any problems donating via PayPal, please contact us at [email protected].
You may also donate via check. Please make out the check to “International Stillbirth Alliance” and mail to us at the following address:
International Stillbirth Alliance
P.O. Box 14
Millburn, NJ 07041
If you wish to donate by other means, please contact us at [email protected] to discuss your needs and we will make every effort to find a way for you to donate conveniently!
If you are able to donate in-kind, for instance by providing support for parents or low-income country delegates to attend our annual conferences, or by helping with translation needs, please contact us at [email protected] to tell us more about how you can help, and we will work together to help you help us to achieve our mission!
The International Stillbirth Alliance is tax-exempt under Section 501(C)3 of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code and all gifts are tax deductible in the U.S.