Using the "Donate Now" button to the right, you are able to make an online contribution to Rebuilding Together Baltimore. Your transaction will be processed by Network for Good and the full amount, less processing fees only, will be dispersed to us. Rebuilding Together Baltimore is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization, which means that your donation is tax-deductible.
Why don't we process your transaction directly?
Electing to contribute directly to a charity (through their own web site) does not mean that you avoid paying processing fees; all charities incur fees with processing donations. Network for Good is explicit in explaining the fees and they give you the opportunity to cover them within the transaction. Even when you do not elect to cover the processing fee, using their web site still saves us money because their processing fees are extremely low. Many charities have to pay more to credit card companies.
Who pays for the donation processing fees?
If you pay by credit card, it's your choice: you can pay the processing fee by adding it to your transaction or you can choose to have it deducted from your donation. This fee is used to pay banks, credit card companies, online processing fees, and other administrative costs. If you pay by online check, the flat fee will be deducted from your donation. Network for Good does not profit from fees.
Network for Good is the Internet's leading charitable resource, bringing together donors, volunteers and charities online to accomplish good. At www.networkforgood.org, users can donate to more than one million charities and search from among more than 36,000 volunteer opportunities. In addition, non-profits can access tools for fundraising, volunteer recruitment and donor communication. Founded in 2001 by America Online, Cisco Systems and Yahoo!, Network for Good is an independent 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization headquartered in Bethesda, MD.