Support for Those Living with Adrenal Insufficiency

Raise Funds and/or Volunteer

Volunteers and fund raisers occupy a special place in our hearts at Adrenal Insufficiency United.  We’re all volunteers ourselves and understand the passion behind giving your time and skills to help others.

Adrenal Insufficiency United is a 501(c)(3) our tax ID number is 45-4624912.


Help with occasional behind the scenes office tasks or other volunteer work.

Sign up here




AIU began as a grassroots group of patients and loved ones volunteering at fairs to raise awareness, meeting with reporters and attending EMS conferences. Since then, we’ve grown into a large network of people working together for the AI community. By raising funds for Adrenal Insufficiency United, you help fuel growth. Funds raised cover operating expenses, provide educational materials, and make collaboration possible.

Donate. A one-time donation is a simple and effective way to show your support and become a member. Our memberships start at $24 but we welcome donations of any size. Thank you for choosing Adrenal Insufficiency United as your charity!


Automatic giving and employer donation programs. Ask your employer if the company has a charitable giving program. These allow you to designate a regular amount for donation with each pay period. Some employers will match your donations.

Social media fund raising. Facebook will walk you through the steps to create a fund raiser for your favorite cause. Donations can be made securely through PayPal.

Fund raising events. Adrenal Insufficiency United is a registered non-profit, 501(c)(3). Our tax ID number is 45-4624912. Our policy ensures that those who fund raise for us have a voice in how the funds are used, with a portion dedicated to the community of the organizer. AIU is ready to support your fund-raising event! Please register your fund raising idea and we’ll be in contact with you.

Have fun with friends and family.

  • A giving tree
  • Bingo night
  • Chili (or other food) cook-off
  • Restaurant charity night (a percentage of the proceeds are donated)
  • A benefit with silent auction and raffle

Team up with local athletes.

  • A walking event, such as Walk to End Alzheimer’s or March for Babies.
  • 5k fun run
  • Color run/paint ball event
  • Golf/miniature golf tournament
  • Softball tournament

Do you own your own business? Become a sponsor and receive a listing on our “Shop” page. Take a look here!

Need to get your files organized? Use this link to sign up for a free Airtable Account and AIU will receive a $10 credit towards our Pro Account.

Shop online Shopping at stores who give a portion of their sales to charities is an easy way to contribute. When you choose Adrenal Insufficiency United as your charity a portion of your purchase is donated back to AIU. Here’s a few shops who participate.

Amazon Smile  gives .05% of your purchases to AIU.  You may use your existing account to sign up for Amazon Smile and will have access to the same products on Amazon.  Learn more here.

iGive  3% on average donated back to AIU.

good search   % of donation varies by store or restaurant.

Humble Store  Get games for your PC with digital downloads. Select a new charity and type in adrenal…you’ll see our logo.  Chose us and 10% of your purchase will come back to AIU.

Charity Miles join team AIunited and earn money for charity. AIU is not on the list yet, but the bigger our team grows the better our chance to be added. Besides, it’s a great way to be motivated and moving!

VEBO Value Experiences Before Objects  This unique wedding registry lets couples register for experiences! AIU will receive 5% when a couple chooses us as their cause.

How your funds help AIU:

  • Website development and ongoing managementWilliam
  • Toll free telephone number
  • Maintaining our AIU store
  • Fees for EMS conferences or community events
  • Assist members in their AI awareness events by providing handouts and paying booth fees
  • Stipends to cover cost for representatives of AIU to attend conferences and community events.  Stipends would be used for gas, lodging and meals and be awarded on an individual basis.
  • Providing free materials to EMS/ER directors, School Nurses, Endocrinologists, and other health care professionals
  • Developing products and written forms/documents for member use
  • Planning events

How we spend our  money.


Adrenal Insufficiency United (“AIU”) does not specifically endorse any of the organizations, individuals, articles, products, services, persons, or vendors (“Sponsors”) that may from time to time be listed in, or be attendees or presenters at, any of its publications, materials, websites, social media pages, conferences, events, or other platforms (“Publications”). We encourage you to carefully assess whether any Sponsor will meet the needs of your specific circumstances.

Inclusion of resources or a statement of sponsorship in any of AIU’s Publications does not constitute or imply an endorsement, guarantee, warranty, or recommendation by AIU. In addition, AIU makes no representations or warranties about any product or service contained therein. You understand that AIU does not operate or control the products or services offered by Sponsors. AIU is not a party to any transactions entered into between you and Sponsors.

You agree that use of or purchase from a Sponsor is at your sole risk and is without warranties of any kind by AIU, expressed, implied, or otherwise including warranties of title, fitness for purpose, merchantability, or non-infringement. AIU is not liable under any circumstances for any damages arising from any transactions between you and Sponsors or for any information provided by Sponsors.

AIU reserves the right at any time to remove user-generated information from its Publications without communication with the author or organization. Views and opinions expressed by others in any AIU-sponsored Publications do not necessarily state or reflect those of AIU.

AIU does not make any warranty, express or implied, or assume any legal liability for accuracy, completeness, or usefulness of any information contained in any of its Publications.

The AIU shall not be liable for any claims, charges, demands, damages, liabilities, losses, or expenses of any nature, including without limitation any compensatory, incidental, direct, special, punitive, or consequential damages, loss of use, loss due to damage to property, claims of third parties, or other losses of any kind or character arising out of or in connection with the use of any of AIU’s Publications. You assume total responsibility for establishing such procedures for data back up and virus checking as you consider necessary.

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