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Students aren’t made to learn virtually. No child is made to learn through a screen. A Zoom Meeting, Google Meet, and guided online classes does nowhere compare to the classroom. Not only are students lacking the social and interactive aspect, but the relationships created with their teachers aren't even existent. These as well as numerous different aspects are crucial things that are affecting students with ADD and ADHD, such as myself, more than you could imagine.

As someone with ADD and ADHD being in the classroom gives me the mental signal, “Okay it's time for class now, focus and concentrate”. Being home and sitting in your bedroom as your parents try to guide you as you're lacking the instruction of your teacher is overwhelming, saddening, and anxiety provoking. This pandemic has caused children and young adults to have immense depression, stress, and anxiety as they feel confused and frustrated as they can’t help themselves.

Please donate today to help CHADD support children and young adults struggling at this time.

Thank you!!

With your help, CHADD can create an educational toolkit of strategies and tips to help support children and young adults so they thrive under the conditions experienced by Charlotte and so many others.

“When I called CHADD, I didn’t know where to turn. The first person I reached gave me the information my family needed to get started. CHADD provides resources and support to help us better understand ADHD and to know how to help our family. To me, that is worth gold.”

CHADD has been there to support families and adults affected by ADHD when they were squeezed in difficult ways during this pandemic. We have reached more than 2 million people in 2021 through our programs and services, providing support, training, education, and advocacy.

You can help CHADD empower people who cope with ADHD. Training families and individuals on how to navigate ADHD's challenges makes it easier for them to live with the condition. By donating on Thursday, June 15, you will support CHADD’s programs and connect families and adults to the tools they need to thrive.

Best in AmericaEvery dollar you give, whether large or small, really matters to CHADD! You can donate today and make a difference in keeping the focus on all things ADHD.

When you give to CHADD, your donation provides hope to the millions of struggling families, protects the rights of school-aged children, answers calls from those facing a life challenge, and supports many others seeking critical services. CHADD is the number one resource when it comes to helping people affected by ADHD.

Honor your friends, family, and loved ones by making a donation to CHADD.

Chris A. Ziegler Dendy

It is with sadness that we share the passing of Chris A. Ziegler Dendy, a longtime CHADD volunteer and co-founder of CHADD’s Teacher to Teacher training program. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made in memory of Chris Dendy to CHADD.


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Donate Your Car to Help the ADHD Community

Are taxes on your mind during tax season? Do you have an old car, truck, or boat taking up space?  Donate your vehicle to CHADD and get a tax deduction. While you help yourself, you will help CHADD and the ADHD Community.

It’s easy. You simply fill out a form and gather the car’s title. The car will be towed away at no expense to you.

By donating your vehicle to CHADD, you will have peace of mind knowing that your donation will help families struggling with ADHD.  CHADD works to improve the lives of people with ADHD through support groups, education, advocacy, and research.

Gifts that Double

…there is twice the power when donations are matched

CHADD partners with a number of corporate, federal, state, public, and private workplaces nationwide to encourage employee giving.

Giving to CHADD can also be easy and simple through payroll deduction. This way you can double your support to CHADD year-round, or for a designated time each pay period, or even have your donation matched through participating employers. Consider any one of these convenient employer giving programs to support CHADD as the foremost authority on all things ADHD.

Make an impact today using any convenient employer donation gateway and you can even double your giving power.

State & Local Charitable Campaigns

  • America Charities
  • Local Independent Charites
  • United Way

Employer Matching Gift Programs

Approximately 2/3 of companies match employee donations to most non-profit organization or educational institution. Want to double your gift?


Your gift transforms lives of those affected by ADHD

There are several ways to keep heightened attention on ADHD and particularly through mission-centered giving. Leadership gifts position CHADD for growth and stability and make a lasting impact on our mission. President’s Council is CHADD’s signature leadership giving circle. It is where our most passionate and committed donors show their appreciation for our purpose and mission.

Leadership gifts of $5,000 or more profoundly support CHADD’s long-standing mission and priorities include serving as:

  1. a clearinghouse for evidence-based information on ADHD,
  2. a local face-to-face family support group for families and individuals affected by ADHD, and
  3. an advocate for appropriate public policies and public recognition in response to needs faced by families and individuals with ADHD.
Contact CHADD's Chief Executive Officer Laurie Kulikosky at or call  240-487-2326 to connect your philanthropic objectives with CHADD’s transformational opportunities.

2021 Funding Partners

The Board of Directors, staff, volunteers and all we serve, extend our deepest thanks to the generous individuals, foundations, corporations and government agencies whose support allows us to fulfill our mission to improve the lives of people affected by ADHD.



When you give to CHADD, your donation provides hope to the millions of struggling families, protects the rights of school-aged children, answer calls from those facing a life challenge, and supports many others seeking critical services. Contact CHADD’s Chief Executive Officer Laurie Kulikosky at to connect your philanthropic objectives with CHADD’s transformational opportunities.