The Intersex Campaign for Equality (IC4E) chooses to use its grant money to fund our major projects such as our groundbreaking non-binary passport lawsuit for federal third gender recognition, and creative projects, including travel and filming costs. We are thus a volunteer run organization with no full time staff, so one of the best ways you can help is by donating funds. Your donation supports these as well as consulting and advocacy efforts with bodies such as the U.N., Lambda Legal and others, information gathering and distribution, resource distribution, events, and website maintenance and operating costs.
You can now make tax-deductible donations through our fiscal sponsor Attorneys for the Rights of the Child (ARC). ARC is a non-profit organization founded to secure equal protection for, and legal and public recognition of, children’s legal and human rights to bodily integrity and self-determination, and we thank them for their fiscal support. EIN # : 94-3391556
Please contact us if you have any questions about how your donations are being used or if you want to make a donation in a specific area.
Please be sure to mention IC4E in the memo section of checks or “Special Instructions to Seller” section on Paypal site or we will not receive your donation!
1. By check. Checks should be made out to ARC and mailed to:
c/o ARC c/o Steven Svoboda
706 The Alameda
Berkeley, CA 94707
2. By credit card or PayPal
Click on the Donate link below to make a donation with a credit card or your PayPal account.
Make sure to mention IC4E in the “Special Instructions to Seller” or we will not receive your donation!
Tell Your Legislators About Us
Ask Your Congressional Representatives for Intersex Rights! Please feel free to use our sample letters to notify your representatives that Intersex Americans deserve equal rights! Learn more >
Volunteering is a great way to participate in the dialog. If you support our Mission Statement, and you have suggestions about ways you’d like to get involved to help achieve it, please contact us. We can especially use language translators to help us serve the U.S.’s multi-lingual population. :)