Giving in the UK and Canada
How to support our programs in the UK or Canada
Facing History and Ourselves is registered with the Canada Revenue Agency.
If you would like to make a gift by mail, please choose from the options below.
In the US, make checks payable to:
Facing History and Ourselves
Facing History and Ourselves' Remembrance Society honors donors who make gifts through a planned gift — bequests, trusts, and other life income arrangements, and a variety of other ways. Its members are recognized for their support of Facing History through planned giving.
The many vehicles of planned giving include bequests, charitable remainder trusts, and insurance programs. Making a gift through planned giving is a way of planning for Facing History's future along with your own.
By having your gift automatically charged to a credit card each month, you can provide Facing History with a regular, dependable source of income. Your money will be spent on delivering high quality professional development and resources for educators around the globe.
Making a monthly gift is one of the best ways for you to support our work. It's easy and convenient. And monthly gifts make a significant annual impact on our work.
Here's how it works:
Many organizations offer ideas and lessons that can support the study of literature in your classroom.
The online video in our Literature Resource Collection features authors speaking about their work..
The Facing History and Ourselves Lending Library loans videos that relate directly to the works of literature featured in the Literature Resource Collection. Educators in the Facing History network may borrow these videos from the Lending Library.
Our Study Guides accompany books and other multimedia resources used to teach lessons of identity, membership in society, and the legacies of history and prejudice.
We encourage teachers to use student-centered teaching strategies that nurture students' literacy and critical thinking skills within a respectful classroom climate. The strategies suggested here can be used with students of all ages with any academic content.