Donate To Kids & Art


Help Kids & Art fulfill our mission. Your donation empowers kids and families by helping to fund supplies and programs. We spend your dollars wisely uplifting the spirit of families while they are undergoing cancer treatment. We are so grateful for the generosity of our community, and every donation helps.

Donate by check to: Kids & Art Foundation, 1443 Howard Ave, Burlingame CA 94010. Our EIN is 27-1415727

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Give From your Donor Advised Fund

A donor advised fund (DAF) is a charitable giving program that allows you to combine the most favorable tax benefits with the flexibility to support your favorite causes. If you have a donor advised fund, DAF Direct enables you to recommend grants to this nonprofit directly from your DAF.



Celebrate a family member or friend by making a special gift in their memory. This is a wonderful way to commemorate their life and is central to Kids & Art’s mission of harnessing the healing power of art. Make an honorary or memorial gift by check, credit card, or online.

If you plan to make an online donation in memory of a loved one, be sure to enter their name and address in the appropriate field. We send an acknowledgement card to whomever you specify.

If you are making your donation by check, please include the same information so we can send an acknowledgement card to the right person.

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Would you like to Create Art in Memory of a Loved One?

If you are caring for someone in hospice, please contact us. We curate a program that connects you with artists who work with families in hospice care. The sessions are provided at no charge to the family. They bring you a chance to create art together or, if preferred, one-on-one. The details are up to you. This experience means different things to different people. It can be an opportunity to produce a special artwork that will mark the time you spent together. It can be a way to express the unspoken. We have heard lovely stories of how different families have found meaning in this process.