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Myth: People with mental illnesses are violent and unpredictable.
Fact: In reality, the vast majority of people who have mental health needs are no more violent than anyone else.
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Monetary Donations
The Global Neuroscience Initiative Foundation (GNIF) is reliant on donations to effectively implement, monitor, evaluate, and expand its invaluable array of charitable projects. The GNIF Board of Directors, Board of Advisors, and international network of contributors, partners, and affiliates are all voluntary, admirably donating their time and effort for this noble cause.

You may donate to GNIF either online or via postal mail .
 
Donate Online

GNIF welcomes monetary donations online via JustGive.org and Network for Good - two donation processors sponsored by GuideStar and available only to IRS certified charities. To make a secure donation to GNIF via credit card or check online, please select a processor below. You are allowed to make special requests for projects, include comments with your donation payment, or donate anonymously, and GNIF administrators will accordingly appropriate funding.
 
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Donate via Postal Mail

You may send donations via postal mail to the GNIF headquarters at the following address:

Global Neuroscience Initiative Foundation
Sponsorship & Donations Division
PO Box 4832
Panorama City, CA 91412-4832


NOTE for International Payments: If sending donations from outside the United States, please note that an international money order or a check payable on a United States bank would be appreciated, to avoid collection fees. Sending a foreign check may involve processing fees. International postal money orders payable in the United States are available in post offices in throughout the world and will ensure your complete donation goes to GNIF charitable operations. Please do not send currency through the mail.

 

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