Support Center for Open Recovery

Back a bold media initiative, fund a transformative experience or support Open Recovery in your schools, organizations, and community. Your gift to Center For Open Recovery has an important and meaningful impact on the lives of others now and into the future – as understanding and investment increase-, building healthier individuals, families, and neighborhoods. Open Recovery is necessary for this country to effectively respond to addiction. Promoting and sustaining recovery can help dramatically reduce and help resolve many other social issues such as homelessness, violence, and crime. Help us continue this vital work with investment in our work – make a donation, partner with us.

COR’s work is funded 100% by individuals, foundations, and corporations committed to removing the barrier of stigma to, address the addiction crisis in our community and across the nation.

Ways to Donate:

Make contributions securely online with a credit or debit card

Mail a check to
Center for Open Recovery
588 Sutter Street, #419
San Francisco, CA 94102

Make a Wire Transfer or Gift of Stock
Before taking any action, please contact Fay Zenoff, Executive Director, at fay@openrecoverysf.org and (415) 296-9047, so that we may provide instructions and can track the transaction.

Planned Gifts
Planned gifts enable many donors to make a more substantial gift to Center for Open Recovery. Donors receive tax benefits and gifts can enhance a donor’s own financial situation while making a lasting contribution to COR. For more information please contact Fay Zenoff, Executive Director, at fay@openrecoverysf.org and (415) 296-9047.

Corporate Matching Gifts
Many businesses match employees’ charitable gifts. Contact your company’s human resources office for more information.

“One doesn’t need to be beautiful or gifted, or rich or powerful, in order to offer a helping hand.”
– Marty Mann, circa 1950

The Center for Open Recovery is a 501(c)(3) organization. Your donations are tax-deductible to the extent provided by law.

We welcome volunteers and partners. To get involved, check out our Events or contact us at events@openrecoverysf.org