Thank you for your financial support. Our work for children impacted by poverty, disease and violence would not be possible without your generosity.

25:40 is a registered 501(c)(3) and all donations are tax deductible in the United States. Please click the green donate button to the lower right to make a one-time check or credit card donation safely and easily through the Aircharity portal.


Recurring Donations
You can make the most difference by being a sustained giver. 25:40 accepts recurring donations securely through PayPal. Please click below.

Check Donations

If you prefer to mail a donation by check, please make your check payable to 25:40. If the funds are to be designated towards a particular project, include a note with the appropriate designation. Please mail your check to:

P.O. Box 10534
Burke, Virginia 22009


CFC Campaign

25:40 is a CFC Approved Charity #10868




Corporate Match

Your gift to 25:40 could be matched dollar for dollar by your employer!  Many employers sponsor matching gift programs and will match charitable contributions made by their employees, retirees and/or employees’ spouses. Click here to find out if your employer has a matching gift program and double your gift today!



Vehicle Donation

Click the icon below to donate your car. It’s an easy process.

The link uses 25:40′s alternative business name “Saving Africa’s Orphans”.

All donations will go to 25:40.


TEAM 25:40
Help become part of the solution by running for 25:40. Whether you are a novice or an elite athlete, story you can elevate your experience above just a race -- you can race to give an at-risk child in rural South Africa a #FightingChance to rise above poverty, disease and violence.
The Sub-Saharan AIDS epidemic has a devastating effect on millions of families. Consider that 5.5 million adults and children live with HIV/AIDS in South Africa alone. Discover the hard facts about poverty, there disease and violence, and help become a part of the solution.
25:40’s current focus is on children living in rural areas of South Africa’s Eastern Cape. We have selected this area as our place of initial focus due to its extreme poverty, patient lack of resources and lack of attention from the outside world.