Overview of the organization

A Penny A Day is an organization committed to the funding of charitable enterprises worldwide by providing them a program to facilitate small, sustainable, monthly donations by its members. The goals of the organization are simple:

To provide the public and corporate institutions a means of contributing sustainable, scheduled donations to local, national, and international institutions working for the public good in the following capacity:

  • Develop a means for donors to contribute funds automatically by deducting a scheduled amount with each paycheck.
  • Assist donors, corporations, and public good institutions with the donation transaction process.
  • Assist donors and corporations with finding public good institutions ready to receive funding.
  • Educate or provide educational material to donors, corporations, and public good institutions about scheduled donation planning.
  • Develop a means to provide donors, corporations, and donation recipients with easy-to-understand documentation of transactions.

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How to help

Currently, A Penny A Day can not handle donation transactions, although we are hoping to support such services in the future. In the meantime, you can contribute directly to your favorite organization using the A Penny A Day program (described in our “Get Involved” packet (PDF: 75k).

You can make a difference today by committing to a certain dollar (or cent) amount each day (payable according to a monthly cycle) to the organization(s) of your choice. To show the organization your intent, as well as to spread the word of the A Penny A Day program to a wider number of charitable organizations, just print and submit the Pledge Coupons (contained in the packet) alongside your payments.

Also, to volunteer to help with A Penny A Day or to include your charitable group in our service, please message us on LinkedIn.

Who to help

If you are looking to try the program today and wish to help a worthwhile cause, please consider making a donation to any of the not-for-profit organizations listed below. (For more information about any charitable organization’s efficiency, please visit the Better Business Bureau’s Wise Giving Alliance.)