Ways to Give

Ways to Give

Your donation to The REACH Institute will provide evidence-based mental health care to children who otherwise might go undiagnosed and untreated. 


Your tax-deductible donation will help to:


  • Train pediatric providers to provide evidence-based mental health care rather than referring families to specialty services they might or might not be able to access
  • Fund scholarships for providers in low-income neighborhoods and rural areas
  • Support continual program development to keep up with the latest treatments
  • Attract more providers to training by lowering fees

There are many ways to support The REACH Institute including making a one-time or monthly gift, joining our Volunteer Programs and more!


 1.   To donate onlineClick Here


2. To donate by check. Please make payable to The REACH Institute and mail to:  530 Seventh Ave, Floor M1, New York, New York 10018


3.   Make a gift of stock or securities. Contact Lisa Hunter Romanelli at: lisa@thereachinstitute.org


4.   Make an ACH or wire transfer. Contact Lisa Hunter Romanelli at: lisa@thereachinstitute.org


5.   Ask your employer to match your gift. If you work for a company or organization with a gift-matching program, ask your HR department for a matching gift form to double, or even triple the impact of your giving to The REACH Institute. Our tax ID number is 20-5437835


6.   Make a directed major gift or sponsorship. Contact Lisa Hunter Romanelli at: lisa@thereachinstitute.org for sponsorship opportunities


7.   Make a bequest to or a planned gift please take a look our bequest form: REACH Planned Giving Form



*The REACH Institute does not share donors’ information or sell it to other organizations. 


Your charitable gift is tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. 

The REACH Institute is a 501(c)(3) non- profit organization, Federal Tax ID 20-5437835

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“This course has made me more comfortable in dealing with my patients with mental illness As the PCP, I would normally refer to psychiatry or psychology, but I would now feel more capable to handle the more straightforward cases.”

Diane Skerin, MD
West Palm Beach, FL