- DONATE ONLINE
Use our secure online form to start helping veterans with PTS right now.
- MONTHLY GIVING
Recurring donations are the best way to provide steady support. Use our secure online form to become a monthly donor, and you’ll ensure we have the resources to continue therapy for veterans living with post-traumatic stress.
- PLANNED GIVING
Options for including Wave Academy in your estate or financial planning include: securities transfers, IRA rollovers, endowment gifts, bequests/estates, charitable gift annuities, charitable remainder trusts, gifts of real estate, gifts of retirement assets, gifts of stock, gifts through a will or trust, and more. Please call Elizabeth Berg, Executive Director, to set up a time to talk about this option for you.
- SHOP ON AMAZON
For eligible purchases at AmazonSmile, 0.5% of the purchase price is donated to the customer’s selected charitable organization. To begin shopping with Wave Academy as your charity of choice, click here.
- MAIL A CHECK
Wave Academy, 4455 Murphy Canyon Road, Suite 100, San Diego, CA 92123
Whether you attend, partner or sponsor, your support is valuable and appreciated!
- MATCHING GIFT PROGRAMS
Double your donation with matching funds from your employer. Check with your HR department for information on your company’s matching gift programs. Employer matching gifts may also be available to you if you are the spouse of an employee whose company participates in matching gifts.
Your tax-deductible donation allow us to continue to:
- Provide our program of eight (8) one-hour treatment sessions for military service members and veterans diagnosed with post-traumatic stress (PTS) so that they may sleep better, have less anxiety, and experience a better quality of life;
- Provide warm water therapy for a family member who is providing full-time care for a veteran with post-traumatic stress;
- Increase scholarship support for an outstanding individual with financial need to enter a Career Pathway to become a licensed Aquatic Practitioner;
- Share our results with the behavioral health and mental health communities, as well as the public, about Aquatic Bodywork as a viable alternative healing treatment.