Every little bit helps.
Make a donation to the Foundation as a whole or donate in honor of or in memory of a loved one. Each donation helps sustain our mission to spread awareness and fight to end brain tumors.
With your generous contribution, we are able to grow and reach more people with a valuable personal touch. Contributions to the Gray Matters Foundation will be used for our patient support and brain tumor awareness activities, as well as for the operations of the foundation.
Your kind gift helps us to help others. Thank you!
Donate Supplies or Services
The Gray Matters Foundation is well known for the fun, meaningful and brightly colored gifts and cards that we send to encourage and support our "Brain Buddies" - brain tumor survivors, their friends and loved ones.
Products and supplies we use to create gifts:
- Postage Stamps (this is our #1 wishlist item!)
- Gift cards for shopping online and in stores (such as Visa/Amex, Target, Amazon)
- Blank cards or encouragement themed cards and envelopes
- Bright, colorful STICKERS!!
Donations of “in-kind” services and products such as; printing services (for our flyers and brochures), t-shirts, online services, campaign updates, etc, are also greatly appreciated. Please contact us for more information if you would like to make an in-kind donation.
Donate your Time - Volunteer!
We are active participants in the brain tumor community and are always grateful for extra helping hands to support us during events and fundraisers as well as to help organize supplies and put together care packages for patients.
If you are interested in volunteering your time, please contact us for more information to get started!
Please send your donations of products or supplies to:
Gray Matters Foundation
PO BOX 27106
Scottsdale AZ 85255
Please be sure to include your name and contact information so we can acknowledge your gift. If there’s another item you wish to donate, please call the Foundation at 623-205-6446.
How we are helping
We put each and every donation dollar to work by...
- Creating care packages to cheer up patients and their families
- Printing flyers and brochures to spread information and awareness about brain tumors and related local events
- Attending conferences and support groups to speak out and lend a hand, ear or shoulder to those afflicted by brain tumors