You can help tell the stories of Pacific immigration, guiding the public to draw meaning from our country’s difficult history of exclusion. Angel Island Immigration Station’s work to connect the lessons of historic immigration to the present day has never been more crucial.
How can you help?
There are multiple ways to make a donation.
Send a check: Make out to Angel Island Immigration Station Foundation, 870 Market Street, Suite 941, San Francisco, CA 94102
Make a gift of stock: A gift of matured stocks/securities has significant tax advantages for donors. Instructions for making stock gifts can be found here.
Recommend a gift from your Donor-Advised Fund (DAF) or Family Foundation: Angel Island Immigration Station is an approved nonprofit under Sec. 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Code, tax identification number 94-2909759. DAF gifts are welcomed if you intend to receive no goods or services for this gift.
Donate your Vehicle
Do you have a vehicle just sitting in your yard or garage? Why not put it to good use - consider donating your used vehicle (car, truck, motorcycle, boats and more) to AIISF. Our auction service takes care of pickup, tax forms and all steps in the process of donation, and we receive a fair percentage of the auction sale price. You receive a tax donation, and the knowledge that you've helped in a meaningful way. Call Donate for Charity at 866-392-4483 or online at www.donateforcharity.com to schedule a free pickup of any vehicle, running or not.
Your tax-deductible contribution and volunteerism helps educate the public about the Pacific immigrant experience. Who were these people who came through Angel Island’s doors? What were the policies and preconceptions that detained them there?
International and local visitors, educators, and school children on field trips are some of the groups who benefit from the lessons of humanity and perseverance that Angel Island tells. Your contribution will also enable us to continue restoring the Immigration Station Hospital building, adding to the rich story of Pacific immigration.