Ways to Give


Thank you for your interest in donating to Austin Free-Net! Digital inequality is a barrier that can prevent people of all kinds from succeeding in the digital age. We see the faces of these people everywhere. They are the elderly adult next door, a parent  looking for a new job, the crossing guard at the elementary school, the homeless person standing on the street corner, or the neighbor struggling with a disability… These are our clients. This is who we serve.

Your contribution, no matter what the level, impacts our clients directly.

There are many ways to give to Austin Free-Net and all are tax deductible:

Monetary Gifts

  • Donate Online
    Donate with your credit card via PayPal by clicking the button below. PayPal is a secure Website that will ensure safe transactions. You can make a one-time gift or a monthly, quarterly, or annually recurring gift.

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  • Mail Your Gift
    Mail checks office supply donations to:
  • Austin Free-Net
    2209 Rosewood Ave.
    Austin, TX, 78702

 

Corporate Giving Programs

 

 

 

 

AmazonSmile
Shop and support Austin Free-Net at the same time. Amazon donates 0.5% of the price of eligible smile.amazon.com purchases.  Shop on Austin Free-Net’s AmazonSmile page.

 

In-Kind Donations

  • Amazon Wishlist
    Donate supplies through Austin Free-Net’s Amazon wishlist by clicking here.

 

  • Office Supplies
    Our students who are job searching need presentation folders and printer paper for resumes. General office supplies such as pens, notepad paper and hand sanitizer are also useful for our Internet access labs. Contact our office at 512-236-8225 to make a donation.

 

Fundraising Event

Amplify Austin
Austin Free-Net is a participant in this annual 24-hour online fundraising event in March sponsored by I Live Here I Give Here.  Check back for more details in the Spring.

 

Your Time
If you cannot make a monetary donation, please consider volunteering your time.

Contact us if you additional questions about supporting Austin Free-Net.