Every child has the right to education, food and a happy life free from abuse. Whatever you can spare, large or small, one-off or regular, your generous gift can help us to continue saving, protecting and transforming the lives of disadvantaged children throughout Nigeria today. Thank you.
Want to Donate from the US?
Stepping Stones Nigeria is supported by American Fund for Charities, a US 501(c)(3) non-profit organisation EIN 52-2109597. Donations to the American Fund for Charities from US taxpayers are tax deductible to the extent allowed by US law. Stepping Stones Nigeria has been reviewed by the American Fund for Charities and the board of the American Fund has determined that Stepping Stones Nigeria is a suitable organisation to receive grants from a US public charity.
So if you are a US taxpayer and want to support Stepping Stones Nigeria, please print the Donation Form and send it with your cheque or credit card details to American Fund for Charities, 1000 N. West St Suite 1200, Wilmington, DE 19801, USA. Our AFC number is: AFC881. You will be issued with the receipt you require for income tax purposes.
Other ways to donate:
Regular Giving: By giving regularly you can ensure that we are able to plan ahead and continue our work into the future. There are numerous ways to make a regular gift. To find our more click here.
Leave a Legacy: By leaving a gift in your will you will be providing generations for years to come with lasting hope for a brighter future. No matter how much you are able to leave, every gift is greatly appreciated. For advice and more information, click here.
Trusts & Foundations: Stepping Stones Nigeria depends on the support of charitable trusts and foundations to assist us with some of our larger projects. If you are a trustee or have associations with a charitable trust, please click here to find out how your trust can make a difference.
Where your money goes: Stepping Stones Nigeria strives to ensure that as much of your donation as possible is used to directly support children in Nigeria. To learn more, click here.