ARAS Donations at Work
ARAS Donations


"Where Does My Donation Go?

For thirty years ARAS projects have been saving and renewing lives. Whether it is a terminal patient in distress or a homeless family in need of food and shelter, ARAS was there with volunteers, funding, and referrals to help and to heal. We have provided personal empowerment programs for hundreds, thousands of bikes for poor African Villagers, food and clothes for thousands of Americans and tons of groceries to Food Banks. Every day ARAS is moving our world closer to one that works for everyone.

Your donation will help us:

Erase Poverty:

ARAS helps organize programs every year, through which thousands of underprivileged people and their families are treated to free wardrobes of clothing, groceries, books, toys, massages, chiropractic adjustments and haircuts.

Promote Literacy:

The ARAS Literacy Campaign collects and delivers thousands of books, videos, and other educational materials to those in poverty as well as to prison inmates and their families.

Teach For Success:
We know a lack of Clarity, Courage and Confidence are direct reasons for chronic poverty and oppression. Bob Trask Programs are legendary for their effectiveness in expanding minds and uplifting the lives of people ranging from CEOs of international corporations and professional athletes to teenagers in poor neighborhoods. These courses, by developing Clarity, Courage and Confidence, are expanding the lives of millions from all walks of life.

Promote International Aid:
ARAS has, for 25 years, been making important improvements in the lives of people in the USA, Canada, Mexico, Columbia, Peru, Brazil, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, The Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore and China. Our value is not only through training programs, but also through our donations to orphanages as well as the collecting and preparing hundreds of new and used bicycles for poverty villages in Africa and other countries where lack of transportation deprives families from jobs and schools.

Create Volunteer Programs:
Maintaining a strong volunteer program is essential to the health of any community, especially for children and teens who discover how much their contributions enrich those less fortunate than they. Because we understand the value that comes from community service, we constantly train volunteers and provide volunteer opportunities through ARAS projects and the valuable projects of other organizations.

“We are ARAS –with us you can make a world of difference!”

You may send your tax deductible check for $25 $50 $75 $100 $500 or $1000 to: The ARAS Foundation - 2950 Newmarket St #101-252 - Bellingham WA 98226 and help bring new hope and life to those in need.

We also accept Visa, MasterCard or PayPal. To make a credit card or bank-transfer donation please email: or call 360-366-8421. Your information is absolutely secure with ARAS.

Other ways to donate:

" Tribute & Memorial Donations
Weddings, Anniversaries and Birthdays are best celebrated with a donation to help feed a family. Memorials are special too; an respectable way to honor a loved one is through a gift to the good work of ARAS. We acknowledge every contribution with a grateful letter to whomever you designate. Please remember: All donations are tax-deductible.
To donate a car, boat or airplane to the work of ARAS, please call: 360-366-8421 or email
To donate the bike you no longer use, or to contribute money or time to the African Bike Project, call 360-366-8421 or email
To donate real estate, stocks, or other properties to the vital work of ARAS, please email or call: 360-366-8421.
If you have jewelry you no longer use, please considering donating it to ARAS. That ring or pendant might feed a hungry child! Please call: 360-366-8421 or email



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