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Support Our Work

As a small non-profit, every cent donated goes directly towards our mission.

A great way to support the Order is by becoming a member.

Below are other ways to donate.

One-time Gifts

Just want to make a quick one-time donation so you can get back to binging Netflix? As a staff of introverts we totally get it! You can make a donation below and we promise not to show up in your inbox uninvited (except to thank you!) and we’ll get busy putting your donation to work.

Gifts by Check

In addition to the secure, fast, and easy ways that you can donate online, The Order is honored to accept your gift made by personal check. Please send checks made out to the Good Death Foundation to:

1110 N. Virgil
PMB 99107
Los Angeles, CA 90029

Donor Advised Funds

You can make a donation from your Donor Advised Fund by selecting ‘DAF’ as your payment method. You can also contact Ericka Cameron at to arrange to mail a paper check.

Host a Fundraiser

Your special days can help create a more meaningful, eco-friendly, and equitable future of death.

Ask your friends and family to make a donation to The Order—for your birthday, anniversary, or in honor of someone special.


Post-Mortem Gifts

You have many options; the best one for you will depend on your circumstances. Listing The Order as a beneficiary of your retirement or insurance plan is one route. Or you could establish a gift tied to your estate, a life income gift, or even a charitable lead trust.

Should you decide to list The Order in your will, you can use the following language:

I hereby give, devise and bequeath _______________ and No/100 dollars ($DOLLARS) to Good Death Foundation (DBA The Order of the Good Death), a nonprofit organization located at 4470 W Sunset BLVD Suite #107, PMB #99107, Los Angeles, CA 90027, Federal Tax ID #82-3964819, for Good Death Foundation’s general use and purpose.

If you choose to list The Order as a beneficiary or establish a post-mortem gift, please reach out to us so we can appropriately thank you.

IRA Charitable Rollover

If you are over the age of 70 ½ years, you can make a donation from your traditional IRA account of up to $100,000 without incurring federal income tax on the withdrawal. To make this type of donation, contact your IRA administrator and instruct that person to transfer funds to The Order of the Good Death. If you go this route please contact Ericka at so we can identify your gift and properly thank you.

Airline Vouchers

If you have airline miles accumulated, we gratefully accept donations in the form of airline vouchers. Please contact Ericka Cameron at to make arrangements.

Corporate or Foundation Gifts

The Order of the Good Death is honored to receive gifts from businesses and foundations to support our work in creating a sustainable, equitable, and meaningful future of death.

To learn more about how your business or foundation can support the death positive movement, please contact Ericka Cameron at

Gifts in Memoriam

If you would like to make a gift in remembrance of a deceased loved one, please complete the form below and check “Give in Memory” and specify the person’s name so that all of us here at The Order can keep their legacy in mind as we continue our work.

Workplace Matching

Many employers offer a workplace giving program that will match your donation, effectively doubling the total donation. If you would like to make a one-time donation, please complete the form below and fill out your workplace information when prompted. If you would like to become a member and have your monthly or annual donation matched, please complete the membership enrollment form.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is my donation to the Order of the Good Death tax deductible?

Yes, we are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Our tax ID number is 82-3964819.

What does my donation go towards?

100% of your contributions go toward creating resources, educational content, legislative advocacy, and supporting the work of other nonprofits addressing urgent death related issues within their communities through donations, our grant program, and the Henrietta Duterte Endowment Fund.