Your Donation Saves Lives

Thank you for your interest in supporting Patient Services, Inc. (PSI). For over two decades, PSI has been fortunate to receive financial support from thousands of supporters who simply want to help chronically ill patients afford the cost of their treatment. We hope that you will find it in your heart to help us continue to provide a financial safety net to the chronically ill. If you have any questions about giving to PSI, please contact Mandy Herbert, Director of Marketing and Public Relations, at [email protected].

Patient Services is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, charitable organization. Your contributions to Patient Services are tax-deductible. Through the generosity of donors like you, we can truly continue "making the gift of health a lifetime benefit®".

Corporate Giving

Generous charitable contributions help Patient Services maintain and expand its program offerings, and ultimately serve more people across the country. In fact, 90% of funds are directly invested in growing or enhancing new programs that allow us to pay insurance premiums, pharmacy bills, and the cost of recurring treatment co-payments.

As with most gifts, your company's donation is tax-deductible. For more information on the sponsorship opportunities currently available, or to arrange an appointment to discuss your preferred giving plan, please contact PSI's Marketing and Program Development Department at [email protected].

Donor Privacy Policy
Any contributions made by the donor to PSI are not made to or on behalf of any specific individuals or products, but are instead made for the benefit of the community. PSI is not an employee or independent contractor of the donor. Donors are recognized in the organization's annual report to the community. Donors wishing to remain anonymous should notify Patient Services, Inc. (PSI) at the time a gift is made.

PSI will not sell, trade or share a donor's personal information with anyone else, nor send donor mailings on behalf of other organizations. PSI will only share personal information if the donor has given specific permission to do so.