Our Community Partners
While it is impossible to put a value on the difference DBSA can make in someone’s life, the reality is that there is a cost. DBSA is able to provide free and accessible support groups, innovative wellness programs, and online and printed educational tools only because caring individuals and organizations understand the importance of our work and care enough to either support us directly, or, just as critically, reach out to others to ask for their support of DBSA and the people we serve every day, year after year.
DBSA's Community Partners
It takes a community to provide support and services to people living with mood disorders, and our DBSA Community Partners understand that. Individuals and organizations listed here represent DBSA Community Partners who have supported us with a gift of $5,000 or more for 2014.
- The Adam Hawdon Foundation
- AstraZeneca, Inc.
- The Balanced Mind Foundation
- Patrick and Anna M. Cudahy
- Eli Lilly and Company
- The Henry Foundation
- Humana, Inc.
- Kenilworth Union Church
- Lundbeck, Inc.
- Robert R. McCormick Foundation
- Otsuka American Pharmaceuticals
- Pfizer, Inc.
- Sunovion Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
- Takeda Pharmaceuticals North America
- Teva Pharmaceuticals
- United Behavioral Health
Partnering with DBSA
DBSA receives the support of many individuals, corporations, foundations, and other community partners. We are dedicated to creating a partnership with you that not only helps us to achieve our mission, but also meets your philanthropic goals. We invite you to learn more about partnering with DBSA.
DBSA is a not-for-profit Illinois corporation qualified under section 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code. All gifts are deductible based on federal IRS regulations. Please consult your tax advisor if you have questions regarding the tax ramifications of your gift. DBSA’s federal tax identification number (FEIN) is 36-3379124.
For more information, please contact our Development Department at (800) 826-3632 or development@DBSAlliance.org.