Your donation will significantly impact our special needs communities
HOW WILL MY DONATION BE USED?
Your donation will support our research and equipment upgrades to continuously improve our services to marginalized special needs persons from Metro Manila. It will also help us provide transportation allowance and free food to our program attendees. Finally, your contribution will help us propagate our advocacy and program to special needs children to other regions both locally and internationally.
DO YOU OFFER MONTHLY GIVING PROGRAM?
Yes, you can become a THP pledge and provide ongoing support to our special needs community! Your regular monthly donation is transferred from your credit card or bank account to The Heart at Play Foundation. You can increase, decrease, or suspend your gift amount at any time. For more information, please call (02) 546 6549 or email email@example.com.
CAN I MAKE A DONATION ANONYMOUSLY?
Yes, given that you will supply a valid email address or mailing address in order for us to acknowledge your donation. Rest assured, THP Foundation takes great care to protect the privacy of its donors. We will not share any personal data we collected on to anyone.
WILL I RECEIVE A RECEIPT FOR OMY DONATION?
For one-time donations: you will receive an official printed acknowledgement receipt as soon as we receive your gift (for an online donation, you will receive both an e-receipt on your email and an official printed receipt via postal mail).
For monthly donations: you will automatically receive your cumulative annual contributions at the end of the year through e-mail or postal mail, depending on your preference.
If you have not received your acknowledgement letter/receipt: please contact us at (02) 546 6549 and provide your full name and mailing address. We will send your receipts via email and postal mail once we find the record of your gift(s).
WHICH CURRENCIES DO YOU ACCEPT?
We can only accept US Dollar (USD) for online donations, while Philippine Peso (PHP) for bank transfers. However, we are currently improving our systems to accommodate more foreign currencies.