Donate

Without your support we would be unable to continue serving SJS patients and families throughout the world. The Stevens Johnson Syndrome Foundation provides information, patient resource and support groups to severe allergic reaction patients and families. Your contribution helps us to continue serving this mission.

How you can help

Make an online donation at Guidestar 

Your donation is tax deductible and very much appreciated.

Vehicle Donation

You can help the Stevens-Johnson Syndrome Foundation by donating your used car, boat or RV! Schedule a pick up through: Donate for Charity

Matching Gifts

If your employer has a Matching Gifts Program for charitable organizations your contributions to the Stevens Johnson Syndrome Foundation can grow, just by simply checking with your Personnel or Employee Benefits department. SJS Foundation may be an eligible organization under your company’s policy. Employers’ Matching Gifts Program allows your personal gift to double. Please consider using this added benefit to assist the SJS Foundation to continue its important work.

Support the Stevens Johnson Syndrome Foundation the easy way, through workplace campaigns. Charitable employee campaigns give donors an ongoing opportunity to give all year long — It allows you to automatically have a donation deducted from your paycheck. All the paperwork is done by the campaign; no checks to write…no envelopes to address. All you have to do is fill out a campaign pledge card with a designated amount of money to be deducted per pay period and name the Stevens Johnson Syndrome Foundation as the charity that you want to donate to.

 

Contact us

P.O. Box 350333
Westminster, CO 80035
Tel - (303) 635-1241
Fax - (303) 648-6686
Email - sjsupport@aol.com


The Stevens Johnson Syndrome Foundation (Julie Foundation for allergic drug reactions) is a non-profit organization. The purpose of the foundation is to provide the public and medical communities with information on adverse allergic drug reactions.

Our goal is to make the public aware of adverse reactions, so that a quick diagnosis may be made and the offending drug stopped as soon as possible.