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Support essential harm reduction services & advocacy

Harm reduction is essential. A harm reduction approach to drug use is the best strategy we have to end the overdose crisis, reduce risks associated with drug use, and affirm the dignity and bodily autonomy of every New Jerseyan.

When You Donate To New Jersey Harm Reduction Coalition, You:

  • Support getting harm reduction supplies directly to people who use drugs
  • Power advocacy for more equitable drug policy—policies that replace drug war policies with ones of healing and healthcare
  • Fund leadership of people who use drugs and people harmed by the drug war

Make A Donation Today

We welcome individual and monthly donations to sustain our work—you can make a one-time donation or sign-up as a monthly contributor through PayPal.
Supporting NJHRC with a monthly donation helps us plan for the future and make our work sustainable. Every amount—be it $1, $10, or $50 a month—helps sustain our services and advocacy. To make your donation monthly, check the “subscribe” box.

Make A Tax-Deductible Donation

We are fiscally sponsored by Dave Purchase Project, the first legal syringe access program in the United States. Dave Purchase Project supports the nation’s emerging harm reduction organizations through no-cost fiscal sponsorship.
Tax-deductible donations should be made through the Dave Purchase Project with a note that says “for the NJHRC custodial account.” Please note that PayPal donations made directly to NJHRC are not tax deductible.
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Donate By Mail

If you prefer to donate by check, please mail a check along with a note that your donation is for NJHRC to:

Dave Purchase Project
535 Dock Street
Suite #113
Tacoma, WA 98402.

In-Kind Donations

Donations of shelf-stable snack packs or supplies for outreach are always welcome. Check out our wishlist.
We also welcome donations of naloxone (brand name Narcan) that is nearing its expiration date.
For more information about stock donations, wire transfers, corporate matching donations, or planned giving, or to update or change a monthly donation, please contact hello@njharmreduction.org.

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Harm reduction is essential. A harm reduction approach to drug use is the best strategy we have to end the overdose crisis, reduce risks associated with drug use, and affirm the dignity and bodily autonomy of every New Jerseyan.

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